My aunt is coming to San Francisco for the weekend and I'd like to take her out to a Sunday brunch. She's not really into food, and she doesn't eat much anyway, so I'm thinking of somewhere with a great view or interesting history or some other attraction. (Not that I would mind if the food was great, of course! But in my experience great view and good food don't go together very often.)
I haven't gone anywhere like that for so long that I have no idea what the possibilities are. Maybe the Palace Hotel Garden Court, or Nieman-Marcus, or the top of the B of A building (is it even called that any more? is it even open any more?)? The Cliff House?
As an example, I took her to Julius's Castle last year (her request) and she loved it. I guess I'm looking for a brunch version of that.
She also doesn't get around very well, so I need a place where I can make a reservation or walk right in. I don't think she'd enjoy standing in line.
P.S. I apologize if this is off-topic, since the purpose of Chowhound is to discuss Chowish food. But I could really use some help!
P.P.S. I did search the boards, of course, before posting, but didn't find anything that addressed Sunday brunch without a price limitation.
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