Get your event started off right with a stellar breakfast. Here are the rules:
Eggs and bacon are menu-musts. People want protein before a meeting.
When serving fruit, request mostly berries. Ask the chef not to include cantaloupe or honeydew; they are often the fruits left on the platter.
Croissants rarely are eaten. Ask for breakfast breads that have a seasonal or coffee-shop feel to them.
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