“Light color varnished wood and sky blue accents:
the current cabinetry fashion in Germany”
– Andrea, frequent visitor to Zuni

Inasmuch as Breakfast is now to be served in our newly totally remodeled restaurant space directly adjoining the Inn, the Inn’s kitchen provides space and amenities for Guests to store foods and engage in limited  kitchen use privileges (for maintenance and insurance reasons).  PLEASE check with management for details.

Many of the acquaintances, business partners and relatives of the Vander Wagen family members who built and occupied the Inn’s premises left their marks here – including old livestock brands imprinted into the wall’s paneling by area ranchers of yore!  The kitchen’s cabinetry was built by Clarence Pendergast (also the original builder of the Inn’s premises), a World War One veteran, all around handyman and friend of the Vander Wagen family: he “never used a level” according to the colorful legend that surrounds him, yet he managed to built nice fitting cabinets which were subsequently painted many times by successive occupants of the current Inn’s premises… During the building’s remodeling process, eighteen coats of assorted paints had to be stripped off the cabinetry to restore Clarence’s work to its original quality!