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The Inn of the Five Graces has a small kitchen that serves a menu including huevos rancheros and the Five Graces breakfast burrito, as well as oatmeal, granola, pancakes, apple sausage and vegetarian sausage patties. The Inn partners with the nearby 315 Restaurant and Wine Bar, where guests may charge dinner to their room, or order room service. Since 1995, 315 Restaurant and Wine Bar has served French cuisine in a white-tablecloth atmosphere with patio seating near the corner of Old Santa Fe Trail and Alameda Street, just steps from The Inn of the Five Graces. Entrées include monkfish vol-au-vent and seared duck breast with leg confit potato galette.