If you want to go all out, this catering company has a deluxe breakfast menu offering build-your-own omelettes, eggs Benedict and fresh “cigar-style” crepes, and will do a full-service buffet for groups as small as 25 up to 2,000 or more.
3716 2 St. N.E., 403-245-5774, anaffair.com
The Inglewood-based eatery and grocer caters mostly hand-held items like breakfast sandwiches, wraps and bagels with fresh-squeezed juices and loose-leaf teas.
If the weather looks promising, arrange for DeVille’s “Latte Truck” to park outside your office ($750 for a three-hour minimum). The caf-on-wheels can provide barista-made espresso drinks and baking by in-house pastry chef Deidre Lotecki, who trained under the pastry chef from Thomas Keller’s The French Laundry.
Indulge in decadent banana-walnut challah French toast or go for a classic Eastern Standard Time spread of Montreal-style bagels with house-made Atlantic salmon lox and whipped cream cheese.
This Bridgeland eat-in or takeout spot does catered breakfasts of fruit, baked goods and croissants or wraps with egg-based fillings.
The corporate-focused division of established Calgary catering company Great Events Catering services groups of 12 or more with everything from cold breakfast boxes of pastries, yogurt and fruit to hot, egg-based entres with the option to add on French toast or buttermilk pancakes to any of the hot breakfast options.
If you’ve got a group of eight or more, opt for Red Tree’s deluxe breakfast casseroles – cinnamon “French toast” with house-made peach compote, if you like sweet stuff, or the “Casserole Croque Monsieur” if you prefer savoury.
Starting at $250 per hour for a minimum of two hours, Rosso will do a pop-up caf at your office, offering the same barista-made espresso drinks and breakfast menu options as their storefront locations.
The local artisan grocer’s catering arm provides everything from full continental spreads to fritattas and quiches made with cured meats from their own farms.