In the petite hamlet of Buffalo Gap, just a couple of minutes from the famous Perini Ranch Steakhouse, morning shines bright in a sunny room warmed by stone walls and antique furniture. The kitchen, overseen by owners Tom and Lisa Perini, scores points with a spread of breakfast delights, starting with a cast-iron skillet filled with scrambled eggs, diced crispy potatoes, and chunks of peppery ground sausage mixed with sliced green onions and grated cheddar cheese. A forthcoming lunch menu promises chicken-fried steak and “the ultimate grilled cheese sandwich.” Pastries threaten to steal the show, though, thanks to the adjacent Salty Roan Bakery, run by Chelsie Herje. Be warned that you’ll want a take-away box filled with Parmesan-prosciutto scones, sticky buns, monkey bread, and almond croissants.