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 brunch menu Saturday and Sunday. Choose from one of the signature menu items or enjoy our Deluxe Breakfast 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)
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 Brunch 11:00am-2pm
3rd Floor Omni Hotel (or) Grand Ave Entrance between 2nd & 3rd
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
$7 valet parking with validation
Beer, Cafe, Non-Smoking Area, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Smoking Area, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Great for large group please contact restaurant directly to set up a reservation 213-356-4155 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Grand Cafe @ Omni Los Angeles Ratings and Reviews
To whom it may concern, my Neice, took o ...
To whom it may concern, my Neice, took out her aunties, grandmothers, and her mom for Mother's Day, I returned, on May 22, for my anniversary (May 21, )my husband, and I really enjoyed the food and Champange.
This was my first time at this restauran ...
This was my first time at this restaurant and I was pleasantly surprised at this hidden gem. I will be returning. Thank You!
Great downtown dining spot
Second time dining here for brunch prior to the theater. We ordered off the ala carte menu. The frittata was great as was the omelet. I drink a lot of coffee and I judge service by whether my cup ever hits bottom - but they kept it filled. Great ambiance with open windows and a great view. Would definitely recommend.
We were there to celebrate Mother's Day ...
We were there to celebrate Mother's Day and will be back every year!
Brunch hot spot
This place is great for brunch with mimosas! Although it was a little pricey, the mimosas would be filled every time we took a sip! And the buffet has loads of choices! Food was good, apart from the salmon (I totally understand it's dry because it's sitting out trying to keep warm). Would recommend this place for groups and families. It was a bit loud for datetime dining
Great Service, Great Food, Great Place
Service is great, host have us seated as soon as we walked in. The server is very nice, comes around a few time to make sure we don't need anything. People working always give me a smile and friendly attitude, really made me want to go for second visit. Food is awesome, especially if you love sea food! the crab feet are well prepared and ready for eat, very fresh. Dessert Section are very cute, and for people like sweet or not can both enjoy. Full of pastries choices, I cannot resisted. Almost had 5 different kinds of bread. Asian station, I think they can still improve with a lot of difference choices. For Brunch, fresh omelet and fresh waffle made my weekend. We had a window seat, which I can see the LA Contemporary Art Installation. Outside is would be great if the weather is nice. We even walked around outside after the brunch. Very close to Disney Concert Hall and Broad Museum, made this place a even greater location.
Great buffet brunch
We enjoyed the buffet variety for brunch. We did think it would be a little fancier but we're still pleased.
Family Girly Brunch
Really enjoyed the weekend brunch at the Grand Cafe. Lovely setting and attentive, helpful staff. Roast Beef and potatoes could've been warmer but good selection overall
The service and food was excellent, but a little pricey for what you get. Two adults for breakfast was $60.
love brunch @ omni!
we had brunch here on our honeymoon and we absolutely loved it! the hotel staff is lovely and very obliging.
Bad Service and No flavor
We were a small group of people and every single time we had to ask for more soda, water, or mimosas. We had to constantly be asking for a fork because they would take it with the plate. The times that they passed we felt ignored. The variety of food was good, but not worth the price. The seafood had no flavor and for $36 + tax I expect some flavor on my food. No flavor on the crabs, fish or shrimp. For the Asian section there were dumplings and gyoza that tasted bland like dough and it was a disappointment. The ambiance couldn't solve the food, service and value, so overall my rating is poor.
Great brunch. Will definitely come back!
Great brunch. Will definitely come back!
Great for groups!
This is such a great spot to catch up with friends. The food is delicious and there is a lot to choose from... It's not too crowded or loud so you can easily engage in conversation with your group. The staff was friendly. The bottomless mimosas was a big PLUS too.
Saturday Brunch HIT!!
My boyfriend and I came here for brunch on a saturday. What a great time we had! The view of the MOCA and the people visiting was enjoyable to watch as we sipped our bottomless mimosas and dined on snow crab and shrimp. Yummy carving station and omelettes. Delightful bite-sized desserts. We enjoyed the brunch and the energy in the place was great! People celebrating and enjoying family and friends. Great food and the mimosas were flowing. I would definitely recommend for couples, or a group of friends!
My husband and I enjoyed Easter Brunch a ...
My husband and I enjoyed Easter Brunch at the Omni Grand Cafe and were quite pleased with, not only, the food options, but the ambience and service as well. You can imagine Easter brunch being over-crowded, limited choices, etc, but the Grand Cafe had ample room and no shortage of cuisine. They even had the Easter Bunny greeting and taking pictures with the guests. We'd like to go for dinner at some point to compare, but it was wonderful and the perfect choice for our Easter brunch outing.
Buffets can be crowded and food runs out ...
Buffets can be crowded and food runs out sometimes, but this was not the case at the Grand Cafe. Spacing of the tables from the food was good and food was re-stocked often which was nice. Great selections. I just miss the oysters, maybe they weren't in season.
Grand Cafe @Omni
We were there for Sunday Brunch, after 40 minutes, without asking, the waiter gave us the check and remove our glasses from our table. We have a minor, I indicated my son is 12 years old at check in, but he was being charge for adult. (he is a picky eater, he only eat fresh foods & one slice of prime rib) They seemed want to have our table in a rush, the other tables around us were eating there longer than us, We were the only Asians there, I hope that was not the reason, we were being over charged & rude services at the end. My niece was the one who paid for my birthday, I found out we were over charged after.
Books and Bubbles!
My book club centers around unlimited mimosa brunches (don't judge us!) and saw Grand Cafe on a list online. I've eaten lunch here as I work across the street so I figured the food would be good. We had an 11a reservation and it wasn't too crowded (the crowds started after noon). We were seated promptly and all were impressed with the shrimp and crab station we passed on the way to our table. I don't typically eat shrimp at buffets (lack of cleaning) but this shrimp looked amazing...too all of us! The food was great, from the breakfast items, to the prime rib, to the partially shelled crab claws...and let's not forget the mimosa that kept on coming! We weren't even half way through our book discussion before we decided to come back for next month's meeting! I've been staying at various Omni's for the past couple of years and their customer service is top notch from the hotel to the restaurant!
Everyone but one of the managers was outstanding
Upon arrival to our reservation, my girlfriend and I were not acknowledged by one of the managers in the front. We stood there for a while until I addressed him and he was not very friendly for some reason. We came for mimosas and breakfast and he told us we weren't allowed to have mimosas before 11. It was already 10 so I said umm that's fine sir we can wait.) (Although I didn't understand why we weren't "allowed".) He then took us to our seating which was the absolute first table when you come in. I prefer more secluded areas and it was a beautiful day so I asked if we could sit at the patio/outdoor area... He became a bit frustrated and seemed adamant in the fact that there was no room for us there because of a soon to come large party. That's understandable, so then I asked what seemed to be the most insulting question he must have heard all his life. "Can we sit at the window there?" There was a cute window facing the Moca, perfect for me and my girlfriend to sit and talk but this manager almost fainted!?! He looked as if I asked could we sit on his face, or as if I Said something even more utterly disgusting. He reluctantly sat us at the window and my beautiful girlfriend and myself sat at the table feeling terrible about our experience thus far... We had no idea why we were being treated in such a manner but had several hypothesis we didn't want to assume. After he went away, we were highly uncomfortable until Augustus showed up. He took our orders and said we could have mimosas before 11 no problem. He Even made special ones with pineapple because my lady can't have Oj. Another lady, I want to say here name was Sandra? Kept our cups filled and from then on we had a wonderful time away from our first encounter. But we will never forget how he made us feel when we arrived. Wonderful people all around except for that erratic, frenzied manager.
Came here for valentines brunch. The ser ...
Came here for valentines brunch. The service was great our glasses were always full. We enjoyed our bottomless mimosas.
It was fairly ok. Price is too expensive ...
It was fairly ok. Price is too expensive.
The Sunday Brunch was chock full of delectable options, I found the selection to be very vast which catered to even the most distinctive palate, I questioned the Champagne and juice used for the Mimosas; the Champagne was a bit too bitter for my taste, and the juice tasted more like a mixed fruit instead of the traditional orange juice, but the food made up for the unpleasant Mimosa. I would recommend the Grand Cafe to all of my family and friends, and whenever I'm on the west coast, I would definitely brunch with you guys again.
Buffet was great. Small selection, but great quality. Bottomless mimosa-- by the pitcher. Waiters were attentive. Overall, would come again for Sunday brunch.
Overall good experience. Food was pretty ...
Overall good experience. Food was pretty good for a buffet. Everything was well stocked and drinks were always refilled.
The downtown LA Brunch that you must not ...
The downtown LA Brunch that you must not miss - flowing champagne/mimosas, jumbo shrimp, crab legs, carving station, roasted vegetables, soups, pastries, breakfast items including Eggs Benedict and omelet station, desserts and the usual coffee/tea/OJ. GREAT FRIENDLY SERVICE!!!
Omni Hotel Brunch
We do brunch about twice a month. Read a review on Open Table and the reviews stated they had a seafood station. I was sold. Loved, loved the seafood station. Oysters, crab claws, shrimp, crab legs, smoked salmon and flowing mimosas, what's not to like. Recommending to friends and family and we'll be back.
Great food and service. Excellent spot for special occasions and large groups. Reasonable parking w/validation. Beautiful decor
Hard to find
This restaurant is on the 3rd floor. It took me forever to find this place, all it has in the directions is the street address but this is a large hotel. The seating was OK but I am not sure what the people were talking about with regards to a view. The only thing of a view is a sculpture and some ponds, not bad but certainly not worth going there for. The buffet was excellent though!
Brunch -- Bottomless Mimosas
They offer a good variety of breakfast foods. Omelette Station, breakfast potatoes, few breakfast meats, cereal, fruit, pastries. From 11am-2pm they have crab legs, oysters, and other seafood items.
The Sunday Brunch is the BEST!!! And, t ...
The Sunday Brunch is the BEST!!! And, the whole city seems to be here! Great variety, wonderful handmade Omelets, carving station for Prime Rib, a seafood table that is "to die for"! and FLOWING ENDLESS champagne...
Stopped here for breakfast. The chicken sausage was incredibly dry with a tough outer skin. The miso soup station was nice, but other than that the offerings were very generic and bland. The host also cut me off while I was speaking to tell him I had a reservation using Opentable that we were early for. For $26 dollars a person for breakfast far better options are available nearby.
From 7 to 92, Everyone was pleased
The restaurant is very classy, but comfortable. I made the reservations for 17, but 20 of my relatives showed up and the waiters were very accommodating, quickly adding two additional tables. All of the plates, glasses and utensils were spotless. Plates were nicely warmed for the hot food and there was an endless flow of mimosas, water juice and coffee at our table. The food was all delicious. The omelet station master prepared each omelet per your request to perfection. The fried chicken and waffles were delicious, the chicken breasts were especially tender and tasty. The lox, large,tail-on shrimp and crab legs were incredible. The sausage varieties and bacon cooked to perfection were ideal companions to the scrambled eggs, pancakes, french toast, eggs Benedict, toast, muffins, bagels and danish pastries abundantly waiting. There were several types of cheese and sliced meats, as well as fresh green salads and fresh fruit, sweet and wonderful. My favorite was the baked halibut and sauteed brussel sprouts, which I have never liked, but these were scrumptious. There were several petite pastries for desert: pecan and pumpkin pie, various cheese cakes, fruit tarts and chocolate covered strawberries all delicious and all of this for $28 per adult and $10 per child. Valet parking for $7. An unbeatable experience for the food, ambiance, excellent service and friendliness of the other patrons and staff. My family says it is definitely worth coming back for more.
A Pleasant Surprise
This was a Brunch with very dear friends who we see once a year because of the distance between us. I was looking for a location that was about equidistant from each party and downtown LA proved to be the best choice. There was a variety of dietary needs and I really wanted a round table for the Brunch. In short, an excellent Brunch and an excellent value. But what really made it special was the people. All of the service people from the Valet parking attendant to the bus boys and the omelette chef were really outstanding. There are more lavish Brunch deals LA but none with this level of service and top value pricing.
My organization has held it's annual holiday recognition breakfast at this location for the past few years. However, this is the first time we were very disappointed. The reservation was for a party of 15 and our seating consisted of two separated tables. This was not conducive for a group conversation. In the past we've always been seated at the longest table with a good view at the back of the restaurant. The president of the organization was very dissatisfied with the service as well. The waiters were not timely in their service delivery. He asked that we peruse a new location for next years celebration.
Their brunch is a buffet with bottomless mimosas or you could order from their menu. Their diversity of options is a delight. I very much enjoyed their eggs benedict, salmon, seasoned potatoes, and the fact that my glass was almost always filled. I did notice the gentleman behind the omelette counter was a bit not friendly. He did not look like he wanted to be working. Gentleman behind the meat carving station on the other hand was just incredible. He greeted everyone walking in or passing him and gave generous portions. I will definitely return soon!
The Grand Cafe is my favorite restaurant ...
The Grand Cafe is my favorite restaurant in Los Angeles. I LOVE IT.
Food was decent. Could have used more op ...
Food was decent. Could have used more options. Good for brunch. Great views from the back side of the cafe that looks over the fountain and the LA MOCA.
Very good location..I was pleasantly sup ...
Very good location..I was pleasantly suprise about the quality and quantity if food for $35..can't beat
First year enjoying the Brunch at Thanksgiving. The meal was good, the food quality was good. I think the Grand Cafe found close to a good balance on food and price.This was definitely not the most bountiful Thanksgiving buffet, but at the same time the price was not outrageous. I found other buffets that were $75 per person and up and while they looked nice I could not justify spending that kind of money.
This is the second year in a row that I've taken my elderly mom to the Thanksgiving Brunch at the Grand Cafe at the Omni hotel. Our new tradition - works for us because I'm vegetarian (omelettes! Yum!) and my mom craves a taste of traditional Thanksgiving sides along with turkey and prime rib. And the selection of desserts works for both of us! The 2015 experience was quite different than the 2014 experience, but each was good, in its way. In 2014, the brunch serving area was limited to the brunch bar area and a carving station. Great selection, and even the simplest things (butter cookies) were of the highest quality. The restaurant itself was not terribly busy, the ambiance was quite and subdued, and the wait staff very friendly and attentive (and I discovered my new favorite tea, Tea Forte). When we came back in 2015 - big changes! the brunch serving area extended into the restaurant, and included a plethora of seafood (good for my mom, not for me!). And the restaurant was much more crowded and noisy, including a very large group that we were seated adjacent to. The wait staff was much more scarce. We were seated near the door to the patio, and it kept being propped open - brrrr. Had to get up and close it a couple of times. The food, however, was excellent, both times. My mom had a slight quibble - in 2015 (unlike 2014) the turkey was in the form of a turkey roll, meaning she couldn't get her favorite dark meat. In general the quality of the food seemed a little less than 2014 - but still above other nearby hotel brunches I've tried. We'll be back for 2016.
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