Little House Cafe 2300 Blanding Ave, Alameda, CA94501 The Little House Cafe sits in an old Colonial revival, providing a friendly atmosphere with its coffee, tea, breakfast…More food, sandwiches and soups. The cafe has free wireless Internet for its customers and features weekend brunch. Catering is available.
Zeytini Restaurant & Bar 2213 S Shore Ctr, Alameda, CA94501 Located in the heart of Alameda South Shore Center, Zeytini Restaurant & Bar opened in the summer of 2008 and has…More since been providing Alamedans with a tranquil Mediterranean culinary escape. With the sounds of the babbling fountain in the background, the sun and the light breeze make the atmosphere at Zeytini's relaxed and charming. In addition to its many brunch, lunch and dinner options, the bar is fully stocked and quite lively during the evening. The restaurant often hosts live musical performances.
Otaez Mexican Restaurant 1619 Webster St, Alameda, CA94501 Otaez, named after a a small town in Durango, Mexico, has evolved from a small market in Oakland to Alameda's fine…More restaurant and bar. This family-owned restaurant specializes in serving authentic central Mexican cuisine and offers daily specials on their menu as well as a brunch buffet on Sundays. Happy hour is from 3pm - 6pm, and they have a bar menu as well. Otaez sells gift cards and also features a banquet room that can seat up to 180 people.
C'era Una Volta 1332 Park St, Alameda, CA94501 Located on Park Street, C'era Una Volta has been serving authentic Italian cuisine since 2004. The restaurant's name…More translates to "Once Upon a Time," and it boasts an elegant environment for brunch, lunch and dinner, with live music on Sundays. Catering services are available for special events. Chef Rudy Duran, who is recognized by the Academia Italiana della Cucina, prepares classic dishes like Spiedini and Risotto Mare e Monte. To make a reservation, call C'era Una Volta during regular business hours.
Marti's Place 1905 Encinal Ave, Alameda, CA94501 Walking into Marti's Place is like stepping into grandma's kitchen, with traditional American…More decor including knit wall hangings and the like. The owners have been cooking old-fashioned breakfasts with eggs, bacon and pancakes for the last 30 years and you'll taste exactly why this place is still a popular brunch spot for Alamedians. Also featured on the menu is the Scandinavian and Swedish pancakes as well the oatmeal and fresh fruit. A large, revamped dining room gives this restaurant a slightly modern feel and provides plenty of space for families.
Mona's Table has a devoted following, and rightfully so. The menu is inventive, the food is fresh and delicious and…More the ambience is warm and welcoming. Longtime customers have their favorites: the Monte Cristo, flatbreads, meatloaf sandwich. And the daily specials do not disappoint. Mona serves healthy options as well as down-home comfort food, sometimes both in the same dish. Kids and grown-ups alike will enjoy the board games stashed on the bookshelves.
The restaurant is open for breakfast, brunch and lunch, and if you're a local, ask to get on Mona's weekly take-out dinner menu list too.
The Hobnob 1313 Park St, Alameda, CA94501 Located in the center of the Park Street business district, The Hobnob is a hometown restaurant and bar that sparkles…More with character and charm. The atmosphere inside is quiet and laid back, with soothing music, warm color schemes and soft lighting. The menu includes appetizers, salads, seafood, sandwiches and brunch, all prepared using fresh and natural ingredients. In addition to its unique food options, The Hobnob offers wine and cocktails and hosts a variety of weekly events, including Tuesday night trivia, Thursday night karaoke and late night happy hours. Visit the Hobnob Web site for more information about the fun eatery.
For a truly memorable experience, host your special event at the Grandview Pavilion. From black-tie weddings to…More corporate meetings, from quinceaneras to golden wedding anniversaries, the Grandview Pavilion offers an elegant setting for your event. The main ballroom comfortably seats 272 guests and features a cherry wood dance floor with disc jockeys and state-of-the-art audio-visual effects (pull-down screens, strobes, lasers). French windows look out onto a patio with fountains and flowers. The tri-peaked Garden Tent Pavilion can seat 120 guests with a dance floor, 136 without dancing. Should the weather turn chilly, staff will install French window siding and heaters to keep your guests comfortable. These numbers give an idea of easy seating arrangements; Grandview's indoor/outdoor space is flexible to accommodate smaller and larger events.
You can also count on a great spread for your occasion. Grand Catering, voted best caterer by AlamedaMagazine, has a quarter century of experience and rave reviews backing it up. From the fanciest hors d'ouevres and ice sculptures to elegant brunch or theme food for luaus or Mexican fiestas, Grand Catering will work with you to devise the perfect menu.
Grandview has a wide array of linens and other decor; let its planners help make your dream event come true.