About Queen Mary Champagne Sunday Brunch
Join us for a worldwide culinary adventure and featuring over 50 unique dishes from around the globe. Delight in traditional western breakfast fare. Experience a southwestern sensation with Albondigas soup and carne asada tacos, or spice it up with Hot n’ Sour soup or Asian style ribs. Cleanse your palate at our refreshing salad station featuring a chef crafted Cobb salad, imported tuna nicoise and a variety of domestic and imported cheeses. The highlight is our signature carving station, which offers perfectly prepared prime rib with au jus and leg of lamb with mint jus.
Wrapped in the elegant grace of the Grand Salon and featuring live entertainment, the Champagne Sunday Brunch has the air of a royal soiree and is anything but typical. Free flowing champagne, live music and a tantalizing signature menu that is sure to please even the most discerning palates.
Long Beach, CA 90802
Hours of Operation:
Sunday Brunch: 9:30am - 2:00pm
$50 and over
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Katrina Saroyan plays her harp every SUN http://goo.gl/x5HT8p
For more info on the Queen Mary Sunday Champagne Brunch - watch this video: http://youtu.be/Lpits5YQ8T8
The Queen Mary’s award-winning culinary staff creates innovative banquet cuisine for groups from 10 to 5,000 and even offers event goers the unique experience of enjoying the maiden voyage meal. Our chef’s expertly recreate the meal that travelers ate in 1936 when the Queen Mary first set sail. Take a culinary journey with world-class meals from all over the globe. Even the most discerning epicureans will delight in our award-winning cuisine.
Self-parking: $8 with validation (up to 3 hours)/$22 all-day parking
Valet-parking: $15 with validation (up to 3 hours)/$27 all-day valet parking
Long Beach Transit Passport, route C.
Beer, Dancing, Entertainment, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
We host numerous special event each year. Check out our website for more info: http://goo.gl/Gaw2LA
Queen Mary Champagne Sunday Brunch Ratings and Reviews
The check in process was awful I had to give my name three different times to the hostess. I felt as if I was taking he away from her cell phone as opposed to a valued guest.
That harp was too damn loud. This review calls the noise level energetic. I'd describe it as obnoxious. Lower the volume so I can hear the person I'm dining with while we're talking.
I had to work entirely too hard to find put how to pay. Communication to guests is a good idea. When a check was finally given to me it took much too long for the server to process my card.
All in all a less than satisfying experience.
Sunday brunch in the first class dining room of the RMS Queen Mary in Long Beach CA is a special treat. A live harpist plays from the center of the room and multiple food stations surround her. The service from a two-waiter team was very attentive. The variety and quality of all the food was impressive. Aftewards a self-guided tour is available, as Is a trip down to the engine room. Or take in a guided tour if you can. The Queen Mary Sunday Brunch is a unique experience.
Overall experience was very good.
However, service was marginal at best. Coffee went cold/ unfilled, host, hostess were less than welcoming, waiter was tactless. Would expect a venue like this would have a better trained staff.
Food, ambiance and harpist almost made up for the poor service
What a great "experience" champagne brunch! The food was plentiful in variety and quantity; the ambiance and experience exceptional (complete with real live harpist) and the staff radiated a friendly hospitable service. It's not cheap but if you want something to talk about for a while to come, complete with memories to last forever, the Queen Mary Champagne Brunch is something I can highly recommend.
Sunday Brunch before the Cruise... First, stay over-night on the boat... room rates are reasonable, the state/city fees runs it up some...
Food is very good at the brunch.... lots of choices, and cuisines from several ethic areas...
Service was very good, always attentive and my champagne glass was never empty...
Value is the question... just me, believe it to be about $10 overpriced... but that is just an opinion
It's a fun place to go for those special occasions, lots of options to chose from. Over all food quaility is good but cleanliness is a serious concern.
Think about this: 100's and 100's of people are picking up each serving utensils for each dish being served, I saw them replacing the food at each station but not putting out new utensils. I called attention to this to the manager and he hastily had a gal go clean up some of the serving utensils but not all. Some of the handles on the hot plate covers lids were filthy dirty with food all over them and they hastily wiped those down too. I had to ask the manager clean one again, he ended up doing it himself.
I saw two people using napkins to handle serving utensil, that's when I realized it wasn't just me, I was so disgusted I stopped eating.
Another issue was wait staff were not clearing tables when folks came back with new plates. We had to flag someone to please clear table before we sat down.
I had made my reservations for Sunday brunch at Christmas and have decided to cancel.
I'm so saddened that I'm compelled to write such a negative review but I have to speak the truth.
We came to Thanksgiving Day brunch. This was a wonderful option for a small family that does not want to have three weeks of leftovers from cooking a traditional meal. The food was great!! The room was beautiful!! My Uncle who is special needs LOVED the brunch, that to me was worth the $$
We here for the Thanksgiving Brunch, the food was great, we could smell the food from our table. The service was great, the live harp was pretty good really made us feel like we stepped back in time. Considering the history of the Queen Mary it has been through WWII which is impressive to say the least, we appreciate the history & the opportunity to have a great meal!
We never got to eat on the Queen Mary for brunch. Due largely to the fact that you have to pay for parking, then pay at least $30 per person just to get on the boat, then another $60 per person to eat. I had no issue with the price of the brunch. I do have an issue with double dipping and charging over $30 per person plus parking just to get to the restaurant.
Was hoping for a good experience because it's the queen Mary. Disappoint on the brunch several dishes were cold. Taste wasn't there either. Waiters were nice. Might recommend to have a greeter in the buffer entrance to encourage visits to explore the ship and take tours after there meal.
My wife and I always go to the Queen Mary Brunch whenever we are in the Los Angeles area on a Sunday. The food is great, but the ambiance is really something special. The old ship is a real historical gem. Even though we have now been there many times, we still love going back. By the way, The Commodore is always wonderful to see. He knows so much about the ship and loves being there so much - it adds to the joy of our visit. Long live The Queen!
The ship itself is a gem. The brunch is on the pricey side, however it is all you can eat. The bottomless champagne and mimosas were delicious. I will say that our water, coffee, or champagne glass was NEVER empty. Service staff is 100% on top of it, and keep the table cleared and a nice friendly demeanor. The down side. I just spent a lot of cash and NOW you want to charge me another $8-$15 for parking, when it used to be included in the price of brunch. I prefer to valet, and due to what I think is construction, the signs were confusing, and getting to the right place to get the car valet was frustrating. The buffet literally had every type of food imaginable and can easily accommodate every type of food preference from vegetarian to hearty meat eaters.
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