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INN Shipshewana Breakfast

INN Shipshewana breakfasts are prepared from local farm ingredients directly to the INn’s table. In the dining room, you will find complimentary coffee, teas, water, pop, and snacks.

The eggs we serve are from David Yoder’s.  An Amish farm just outside of town. David Yoder raises cage-free chickens and provides eggs to local stores including E&S Sales. E&S is a local Amish owned bulk grocery store just south of Shipshewana.

The INN purchases its meats, cheeses, jams, butter, and milk from Yoder Meat and Cheese which was established in 1960. Folks from other states make a special trip to Shipshewana to stock up their freezers. Yoder Meat and Cheese oversees all of the production and processing of their product. Their meats are all locally raised. Their many varieties of cheeses come from local sources and other Amish settlements. The milk is from a local producer, and the Amish rolled butter is from the Lancaster and Berlin Amish settlements.

The Apple/Cinnamon bread and jams come from the Bread Box Bakery and Schergers Kettle next door to the INn.  The Schergers have owned the Bread Box and previously the Morton Street Bed & Breakfast for 20 years.  We cook the Apple Cinnamon bread into a delicious French toast.  The bread and jams are made right at their store and shipped all over the country.

The Maple Syrup we use at the INn is tapped and produced at the local Maplewood Nature Center which is one of the LaGrange County Parks and is just 16 miles east of Shipshewana. The park offers hiking, picnicking, a wetland area to view wildlife, and an interpretive nature center.  Maple Syrup season is celebrated the third weekend in March with Maple Syrup Days.

The breakfast specials of the morning may include our:

Standard Breakfast – scrambled eggs, sausage, Texas toast, fruit and orange juice
French Breakfast – apple-cinnamon French toast, bacon, fruit and orange juice
Amish Casserole - a loaded casserole, Texas toast, fruit, and orange juice

A hot breakfast is served at 8:30 am Monday through Saturday.  Sundays are continental style with pastries and cold cereals.