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About Grand Cafe @ Omni Los Angeles
Positioned in the heart of downtown Los Angeles next to the Museum of Contemporary Art, Grand Café features a California inspired cuisine that focuses on seasonal, local ingredients with an array of choices. This authentic downtown LA restaurant is a popular lunch spot for businesses surrounding the California Plaza, as well as visitors attending the Walt Disney Concert Hall, Ahmanson Theater, Dorothy Chandler, MOCA or The Broad Museum. Grand Café has a comfortable bistro setting and is open daily, serving breakfast and lunch Monday through Friday and a special weekend Hangover brunch buffet* Saturday and Sunday.
*2-hour seating limit per reservation for weekend Hangover brunch buffet.
Show your valid TAP card, Metro Employee ID, or LA County Employee ID to your server and receive 25% off your lunch bill.
(excluding alcoholic beverages)
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Californian, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 6:30am - 11:00am, Saturday - Sunday: 7:00am - 11:00am.
Lunch: Monday - Sunday: 11:00am - 3:00pm.
Saturday & Sunday Hangover Brunch 10:00am-3pm
3rd Floor Omni Hotel (or) Grand Ave Entrance between 2nd & 3rd
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
$10 valet parking with validation (valid for 2-hours)
Beer, Cafe, Cocktails, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Great for large groups and private events! Please contact restaurant directly to set up a reservation!
Grand Cafe @ Omni Los Angeles Ratings and Reviews
Went the BBQ, it was yummy! only thing that I didn't like, was the waiting... reservation was for 11:00 am and BBQ was not ready until closer to 12:00. They did have a salad bar and bread and drinks before that, so I guess it was ok. Will need to come try it again for Brunch!
Love this place, came here for Fathers day brunch and it was AWESOME! I am a huge fan of brunches and this BRUNCH was by the best set up, food presentation, food preparation and most of all TASTE was superb! I will definitely be coming back for brunch and for their regular breakfast menu. Love this Café/Hotel. Very nice Hotel as well, tucked in DTLA!
Visited Grand Cafe for Father's Day Brunch. The variety of food was excellent. Everyone in my party was happy with th choices available. The service was excellent. The servers were readily available and friendly. The Host and Hostess were understanding when I requested a table inside instead of a table outside they were going to seat us, it was a very hot day. So, they made accommodations to seat us inside in a timely fashion without making it seem like it was burdensome to do so. Overall, our experience there was excellent. Also, Grand Cafe gave each Father a special barbecue rub as a gift which I plan on using this July 4th.
Great selection for brunch plus bottomless mimosas. The buffet had very fresh food with a great variety, from American, French, Asian etc. The mimosas were good as well but could have stood for less pulp. I don't eat shellfish but the crab legs and shrimp were bountiful. The salmon I did have was bomb!! I would recommend this place if you want to splurge for brunch i.e special occasion.
This is one of the best Sunday brunches out there. The food was wonderful, especially the prime rib. There were plenty of choices including breakfast items and desserts. The champagne, coffee, and tea were always kept topped off. This was our first time there but certainly not the last. Service was always friendly. A couple of things, though. We were four people and the first two got there and were seated about five minutes ahead of us. When we got there, they couldn't find our reservation (even though I called and confirmed that morning), but they said they could seat us. We were never told that our other people were already there! My sister in law happened to see me a few tables over. Good thing we didn't wait out front. It was one of our choices. Bad coordination at the host desk. Also, sitting in the back room was way too noisy. We had to yell at each other to be heard. They stick the larger parties out there and we were seated by a group of about fifteen. If you can, choose to sit in the center. That's where all the food is anyway. All in all, The Grand Cafe is a keeper and we will definitely be back. Don't pass this one up. $49 per adult and $10 valet parking with validation. So worth it!
Wow! Grand Cafe at the Omni blew us away! For $40, we partook in a gorgeous, beautifully displayed, tasty spread with something for everyone, including seafood and several surprising ethnic food choices (dim sum, kimchee fried rice, congee, menudo) as well as some vegetarian and vegan options - and unlimited mimosas. The room is lovely, with the buffet thoughtfully placed around to allow plenty of space to walk. The food was great quality and prepared with care. We found the value to be impressive, and we will be back again.
I really enjoyed the food and service. It wasn't spectacular but it was still a very good brunch. I wish there was a wider selection as far as salads go. They only had spring mix and romaine without toppings. The seafood was great as was the prime rib. The dining area wasn't overly crowded and the servers were very attentive. Bottomless mimosas were a plus too.
This is in the setting of a beautiful hotel. If I were traveling I would stay there. It is replete with flowers and greenery and one cannot but feel a sense of serenity in the middle of a bustling city. Then came a large dinning room. It was relatively late in the lunch hour on a religious holiday. The stations were busy. The sea food was fresh. The oysters were missing. The salads were limited. The breakfast choices were few. So were the hot entrees. Japanese cuisine was just absent. The meat station was the best part of the experience. The dessert was a joke. It was a book case dotted with a scattering of mini-things. Overall it seems to be a thrown together just foe he sake of having a buffet. The quality of each food item though was excellent. There are superior buffet choices in town. My several guests' comment sums it all up, 'did they jack up the price for the holiday?'
This was my second time at this brunch and the best part is the crab claws and shrimp. The steamed crab is DELICIOUS! However, for the cost I think they should have a few more hot item and salad choices and more carve station choices. The multiple conversation noise level should also be drawn out with some nice jazz music. It doesn't have to have a live band but some soft music would be nice. Other than that, I'd recommend and will be back.
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