While the era of ball-gown-and-black-tie transatlantic voyages has passed, bygones don't have to be bygones. Permanently docked in Long Beach, the legendary Queen Mary is more than just a beautifully preserved relic from the Golden Age of Travel. This unique tourist attraction is a floating hotel featuring a variety of restaurants. Originally the first-class dining room, the Grand Salon hosts a Champagne Sunday Brunch that includes more than 50 dishes from around the world. Along with the classics, temptations include Asian-style ribs and albondigas (Mexican meatball) soup. Of note is the carving station, serving prime rib with au jus and leg of lamb. Add live music, free-flowing Champagne and stunning Art Deco décor, and this is one Sunday tradition not to be missed.
Find out more about the Champagne Sunday Brunch at The Queen Mary official website