Promenade Café at Renaissance Hotel, Long Beach

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The Promenade Café, our on-site downtown Long Beach restaurant, boasts a casual atmosphere, perfect for a quiet breakfast before you set off for downtown Long Beach.
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Los Angeles
11 reviews
Dined on September 22, 2019
Overall 4food 4service 5ambience 3

It wasn’t a bad deal for us since we had a voucher. But going there, paying full price for the food isn’t really worth.

g
Orange County
22 reviews
Dined on September 7, 2019
Overall 3food 3service 3ambience 3

We went to the Promenade Cafe because we had a Groupon. This is the ONLY way I would suggest a friend visit this place for dining. If you don't use a Groupon there is no way I can justify spending over $80 on breakfast for two people. This hotel is not that "grand" and the buffet is nothing special or over the top. I realize it's a hotel and food is always more pricey in hotels, but this place charges prices like they are The Wynn Hotel buffet in Las Vegas.
The food offering were just standard breakfast buffet food: scrambled eggs, sausage, bacon, etc. There was eggs benedict, but nothing "thrilling." For people who like cold cereal there was fruit loops and Cherios (not exactly the biggest selection of cold cereal). Yogurt was one type, plain. There was some fruit: watermelon, honeydew and cantaloupe. I think there was oatmeal..Oh and you could order an omelette, but not made to order in front of you. It was ordered from the server and brought from the kitchen.
No waffles or french toast or pancakes. No blintz's or crepes. No cereal assortment like Special K, Raisin Bran, or a myriad of other options. A few pastry options, but nothing to write home about.
Like I said, the Groupon deal made this a winner because 2 people could eat here for under $40. Personally, that to me is even more that it was worth.

OT
New York Area
2 reviews
Dined on December 6, 2017
Overall 3food 4service 3ambience 4

Good food. Ordered the pancakes. Only problem was that they couldn't accept my credit card. So, I had to pay in cash which I luckily had.

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