A New-Different Experience for BHF: Brunch at the International Culinary School

We have a very unique and special opportunity to have an all you can eat brunch at the International Culinary teaching restaurant, Creations, located at the Art Institute of Atlanta. All dishes are freshly prepared, featuring high end gourmet food.  

Everything served at Creations is prepared by upper-level students under the supervision of expert chef instructors. The wait staff are also upper-level students who are learning dining room management. 

The  á la carte menu offers numerous selections of spectacular dishes to enjoy in a relaxed welcoming dining environment.  Everything is prepared fresh by the chefs, nothing comes out of a can or pre-made jar. Even the sausages and the bacon are house made and cured. 

BHF Vaughn recommended Creations to me last week. He works at the Art Institute and eats at the restaurant frequently. We met there the other day and had a wonderful meal. The freshness of the food and the presentations reminded me of a how the Ritz Carlton or the St Regis serves their meals, but without the big bill. 

They have an extensive brunch menu; below is a sampling.

Starters:  Arugula and roasted beef salad with warm pecan-crusted goat cheese;  Angus Beef Sliders with roasted tomato, arugula and Cabernet shallot mayo and House Smoked Salmon and Soup du Jour: 

Signature dishes:  Corned beef hash with a poached egg and sun dried tomato Hollandaise sauce; Shrimp and Grits with Andouille sausage, red and green peppers, and scallions served on smoked jalapeno grits: Salmon and Fried Green Tomato Benedict; smoked salmon cake, poached egg with roasted red pepper coulis.

An Omelet station will be open  and also a Meat Carving station; with the carving station, they have previously served Tuscan style Turkey Breasts, Rack of Lamb and Prime Rib. Chef Mo promises we won't be disappointed on what they select for us.

Sides: Silver dollar almond-coconut pancakes, fresh fruit salad, freshly baked breads, house cured bacon and house made sausages.

Deserts: Creme' Brulee with fresh berries, Chocolate Croissant Bread Pudding and Apple Cheesecake Bavarian style with black currant Sorbet

All dishes are served tapas style but this is an ALL YOU CAN EAT  brunch, so no worries that you will go home hungry! 

BHF's cost will only be $12.70 plus tax and tip per person. This is a 15% discount off their standard price. 


The 24 hour cancellation and no show policy will be in effect for this event.




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  • David

    Awesome event, DaveO! Had a great time! Freddi, the photos rock, Dude! Great suggestion, Vaughn! Can we do a dinner, here? I think that would be great.

    3 · June 10

    • DaveO

      Thank you Grand Masticator: I had a fun time too. Food was good price was right! BHF's were buzzing and having a blast. Vaughn and I talked with Chef Mo after brunch on Sunday and we can do dinner in early August after their next semester starts.

      1 · June 10

    • Freddi

      Helen says she thinks she is going to plan a dinner there.

      1 · June 10

  • Freddi

    You did it again DaveO! Excellent choice!

    3 · June 9

    • roger

      Thanks Vaughn for "finding" this place and DaveO for organizing this event.

      2 · June 9

    • DaveO

      Freddie great pictures once again.

      1 · June 10

  • Tom C.

    Freddi, you outdid yourself with those pictures! Absolutely fantastic!!

    2 · June 9

  • Luisa

    Excellent
    Sunday Brunch in the company of friends

    June 8

  • Beth

    Good choice. Good company. Good food. Definitely worth a return visit.

    June 8

  • Ms Q.

    I'm at the High Museum and no one knows what I'm talking about.

    1 · June 8

    • Jackie T.

      Glad y ou found your way. What a morning you had!!

      1 · June 8

    • Ms Q.

      Thank you for all your help! I won't underestimate that Atlanta has an Art Institute separate from the Arts Center again!

      June 8

  • Marianne

    Excellent food, and beyond affordable. This was one to remember!

    2 · June 8

    • DaveO

      We'll be back for dinner when their next session starts in August.

      June 8

  • Jackie T.

    Great!!

    1 · June 8

  • marcus w.

    Overwhelming good

    2 · June 8

  • mary

    It was new, different, fun, very good, and cheap.

    1 · June 8

  • DaveO

    Thank you to Scott A and Kim V for helping with checking every one in. It was chaotic with 35 people checking in at one time and you guys made it easy. . And to Vaughn for suggesting the Culinary School Brunch to us and helping coordinate with Chef Mo.

    4 · June 8

  • Juan V.

    The best so far...Cheers!

    1 · June 8

  • Deanna Sue M.

    OMG I thought this said 1. I just woke up. There is no way I'm making it from Douglasville. If someone is clips to that location and can take my spot. Go for it.

    June 8

  • A former member
    A former member

    I'm sorry. I have to work unexpectedly tomorrow.

    June 7

  • Juan V.

    Can't wait...the menu screams, "First Class"!

    1 · June 5

    • DaveO

      So Juan is a screamer.. never knew! it's the quiet ones you have to watch out for!

      1 · June 5

    • Juan V.

      Just got to find something good to "scream" about!

      June 7

  • Alicia

    I'm new at BHF-and on the waiting list for Brunch at the International Culinary School. Will notice of an opening be sent or must one check for it?

    June 2

    • DaveO

      A notice will be sent to you

      June 6

  • marcus w.

    What happened, I should be in already....

    1 · June 5

    • DaveO

      No big spin on the wait list roulette wheel for this event... but still a few more days and you never know what can happen!

      June 5

  • lenny s.

    went here yesterday and it was great

    1 · June 2

  • Jackie T.

    Is this anything like Hell's Kitchen where many of the diners never get any food?

    1 · May 27

  • Vaughn

    The Sunday brunch is ending at the end of June. However, the culinary school remains open thought the year serving lunch and dinner

    May 24, 2014

  • Scott A

    Sounds delicious, looking forward to it

    1 · May 24, 2014

  • john

    I've never heard of this. Is this something that goes on every week?

    May 24, 2014

    • DaveO

      Yes, but only during the school year which is over in a few weeks.

      May 24, 2014

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