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Looking for a Sunday brunch for about 70 retirement age people for a class reunion. Want a banquet room separate from other patrons if it is a restaurant or hotel. Probably not going to get a lot of traction with big asian style banquet restaurants, sadly, for that would be my first choice. I would be curious to know of such a place in OC (know plenty in SGV). Really need something kind of square but good food and service.

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  1. (1) In South Orange County, there is Cafe Mozart in San Juan Capistrano that could make a brunch for your group of 70 iun a separate area. Food is very good. They know how to serve large groups efficently, though the restaurant has a very quaint atmosphere. Can stroll outside on courtyard patio without feeling one is leaving the party.
    http://www.cafemozart.net/

    (2) Hyatt Newport (Jamboree Road near PCH) has a Sunday brunch for $40 per. Maybe they can do a private room with special menu and reprice. IMO, this place does a better special party than other large hotels in Orange County. It just seems cozier and still professional.
    http://newportbeach.hyatt.com/hyatt/h...

    (3) Orange Hill Restaurant has a Sunday brunch for $32.95 and could accommodate about 70 retirement age people. Sometimes, you have to stay up on them. City view.
    http://www.theorangehillrestaurant.com/

    (4) The Hacienda in Santa Ana has a good brunch for $18.95 per person (plus mandatory 20% tip for large parties) and a beautiful patio area and wodnerulf large rooms for 70 or more. It does have a few Mexican dishes prepared, but they are mild spice AND a taco bar with beef or chicken - make your own. And, make your own omelette station. More. There is selection of standard brunch items (but not extravagant). Service is lovely, friendly, efficient.
    http://www.tivoli-too.com/TheHacienda...

    (5) Cannon's in Dana Point has a spectacular view of the Harbor and will accommodate a special event party. Their food is good, much of it is fancy, and I think the retirement group may appreciate the menu items. Menu flexible. Can get expensive and service varies.
    http://www.cannonsrestaurant.com/

    Not very familiar with north and northeast Orange County restaurants.

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    1. re: kc girl

      thanks for taking the time to list these option, I am grateful