Miss Pearl’s Jam House at the East Bay’s Dog Friendly Hotel, the Waterfront Hotel in Jack London Square, Announces They Will Begin Brunch Specials on October 2

Oakland, California (EastBayDaily) — Beginning on Sunday, October 2, Miss Pearl’s Jam House at the East Bay’s dog friendly hotel, the Waterfront Hotel in Jack London Square announces they will serve a delicious brunch buffet offering endless mimosas from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Children 12 and under and welcome to enjoy the buffet free of charge. This is just another one of the quality amenities provided by the Miss Pearl’s Jam House.

Guests of the Waterfront Hotel know that they are in for a treat for meals because the Miss Pearl’s chef is a global expert in fresh, New Orleans Southern cooking. Eddie Blyden was born in Nigeria and he has memories of his experiences of cooking in Sierra Leone, the Caribbean, Switzerland, New York and San Francisco. Chef Blyden celebrates the sustainable slow food movement by utilizing produce grown from local organic. His creative dishes honor tradition, reflect the myriad of cultures he has lived in and blend his multi-cultural background with southern comfort cuisine.

At 3 p.m. every Tuesday, guests can get their beads on for Fat “Chicken” Tuesday and enjoy Chef Blyden’s beyond-famous fried chicken, mash, greens and gravy will, as well as refreshing Hurricane’s and cocktail specials. Guests will not want to miss National Gumbo Day at Miss Pearl’s Jam House, Wednesday, October 12 from 3 to 9 p.m.

To learn more about Waterfront Hotel and Miss Pearl’s Jam House, visit http://www.waterfronthoteloakland.com.

About Waterfront Hotel: Oakland wedding venue, the Waterfront Hotel is no more than 20 minutes from the Bay Area’s major professional and leisure destinations and is a 25-minute ferry ride to San Francisco from the back door. San Francisco may get most of the attention, but Oakland has just as much to offer — and without all the crowds. Jack London Square alone can keep people occupied for days with its fine dining, cinema complex, nightlife, live music and boutique shops. One can even rent a kayak, bicycle or charter a boat to see the Bay Area from a different perspective. On the weekends, guests can amble through the outdoor artisan marketplace and farmer’s market.


Lucky Sanabria
Waterfront Hotel & Miss Pearl’s Jam House