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Garden Court Restaurant
American Restaurant$$$
Today 6:30 am – 2:00 pm
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2 New Montgomery St San Francisco, CA 94105
2 New Montgomery StUSCASan Francisco94105
$$$American Restaurant, Californian RestaurantToday 6:30 am – 2:00 pm
Monday 6:30 am – 2:00 pmTuesday 6:30 am – 2:00 pmWednesday 6:30 am – 2:00 pmThursday 6:30 am – 2:00 pmFriday 6:30 am – 2:00 pmSaturday 6:30 am – 2:00 pmSunday 7:00 am – 1:30 pm
The Garden Court at the Palace Hotel, San Francisco offers guests a superb dining experience with intercontinental cuisine at this glorious historic landmark, having opened its doors in 1875.
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The Palace Hotel's historical glass-domed atrium (opened in 1909) is the setting for brunch or tea.- Google
People talk about brunch, glass ceiling, stained glass, crab salad and beautiful room
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Shawn Clover
reviewed 9 months ago
The Palace Hotel was one of the largest and finest hotels in the US when it opened in 1875. The "New" Palace opened in 1909 after the original burned after the great quake of 1906. The Garden Court of the New Palace is in the exact same spot as the original Grand Court where horse drawn carriages would enter the hotel. The Garden Court of the New Palace upholds the prestigious history of hotel's 19th century roots. The entire court remains nearly identical and maintains all the elegance it held in the early 1900s (except there are many more tables crammed in). The whole hotel brims with history. This is a great place for those special occasion brunches. The service is top-notch. I mean you won't go 30 seconds with an empty champaign glass without someone topping it off. There are more food choices that you can even sample at one sitting, so choose wisely. All the seafood dishes are primo stuff. But it's definitely not cheap at $100/person after tip. And don't worry, there are no horses coming through the court anymore.
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Steven Barra
reviewed 2 years ago
It's like dining on the "Poseidon Adventure" without Shelly Winters hanging from chandelier. It is a beautiful and historic place. A food display like no other for Sunday Brunch. You must come here once in your life before you die...
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Gary R Beck
reviewed 2 years ago
One of my fave spots for Sunday Bunch with stations, attentive service, good desserts and smoked salmon along with piano music under potted palm trees. Take someone special.
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Maciej Michalski
reviewed a year ago
The place looks amazing. It's very elegant. But the prices make the whole experience ridiculous and artificial. #rkoi
Nancy Ludgus
reviewed 3 years ago
The place for brunch and celebrating special holiday occasions. Don't bother going anywhere else. Walking into the Court makes you feel like you have stepped back in time to the Belle Epoque. The groaning board buffet will leave you full for the next three days.
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Namit Malhotra
reviewed 10 years ago
you won't even notice that the food is only slightly above average in what is perhaps the most alluring room in san francisco. go for lunch to get the full benefit of the glass ceiling.