Mt. Ada Now Open for Lunch
Reservation-based lunch launches to the public!
The historic Mt. Ada began serving intimate lunches to the public on Tuesday, August 18. Available either on the patio or in Mt. Ada's dining room, lunch will be served from 12 – 2 PM daily for $30 per person, inclusive of fresh juice, soft drinks and coffee. The lunch menu features new American cuisine, and was designed by executive chef Matthew Alleshouse with the support of the Santa Catalina Island Company culinary team.
The six bedroom guest house was once the home of William Wrigley Jr. and his wife Ada. Sitting nearly 400 feet above the Pacific Ocean, Mt. Ada offers commanding views of Catalina Island and Avalon.
“The Santa Catalina Island Company is delighted to open Mt. Ada to the community for personal lunches,” said Roberto Perico, general manager, hotels for the Santa Catalina Island Company. “Mt. Ada is an extremely special place to the Wrigley family, and we are pleased to introduce this piece of history to our guests.”
Mt. Ada can accommodate parties of up to six people for lunch. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 310.510.2030.