Perhaps the most well-known brunch in the Inland Empire, The Mission Inn Brunch is offered every Sunday and has become a mainstay of Riverside culture.
The Historic Mission Inn Hotel & Spa is a luxurious backdrop for this meal. If you have reservations, you’ll be seated inside at Duane’s Steakhouse, The Mission Inn Restaurant and 54 Degrees (the new wine bar) or outside on the gorgeous Spanish Patio. Those without reservations are seated inside the Presidential Lounge or Las Campanas, an equally enchanting view.
Some of the buffet items include eggs benedict, several salads, fresh fruit, a cheese platter, bagels, poached salmon, smoked salmon, cream cheese and capers, peel & eat shrimp, crab legs and a small selection of sushi. The carving station includes ham and prime rib. The omelet station was a hit. Prepared breakfast items include bacon, sausage, eggs and potatoes. Champagne and orange juice are included. Save room for the deserts, which take up an entire row- about one-fourth of the buffet- including fondue, cakes, fruit, bread pudding and more. Check the pictures for the full array of options.
If you have a friend in from out of town or just want to see what everyone is talking about, check out the Mission Inn Sunday brunch, which never fails to impress.