One of the luxuries we have in the Inland Empire is the constant access to the many spoils of the Mission Inn. And one of those happens to be their Sunday Brunch. With a variety of various ethnic and traditional cuisines, it makes any brunch-goer’s experience a one of a kind treat. They have coupled luxury and an amazing dining experience that really adds the perfect touch of leisure to any Sunday.
Brunch can be something of an art. You have to pull it off just right otherwise it ends up looking like a hot mess. The Mission Inn Restaurant has done everything it can to make sure that anyone who attends their Brunch has the best possible experience. Attentive wait staff, champagne, and ever flowing coffee and orange juice take all of the fuss out of brunch and turns it into a relaxing endeavor. In fact, in between trips going to and from the amazing food selection, if you stop and take listen you can hear the exquisite sounds of Mozart, Chopin, and Bach being delicately played throughout the historic dining areas of the Mission Inn.
It’s the attention to detail that makes the Sunday Brunch worth every single penny. If you’re thinking about being adventurous or sticking with the classics, then they have you in mind. Crab legs and scrambled eggs are just an example of the range of amazing eats that are presented to the diners at Sunday Brunch. And another aspect that adds a touch of wonder is how you seem to happen across hidden delights all throughout the various displays of amazing food. Whether it be a hidden jar of delicious chocolate chip cookies, or finding their selection of amazing deli meats, the Sunday Brunch is something to experience again and again just so you don’t miss out on anything they have to offer.
The Brunch goes from 9:30 am until 2 pm and it’s a good idea to call for reservations. It’s not a secret how amazing this Brunch is so make sure you call ahead and reserve a seat. You won’t want to miss out on an experience this delicious or delectable.Categories: Food, Hotels, Riverside, Sunday Brunch, The Inland Empire