Take one part classroom, a dash of fine service and bake at $12 for 3 courses. Confused? Don’t be. The Gallery Café at The Art Institute of Phoenix has been shaping future chefs for the past 14 years.
The once a quarter, 11 week a la Carte class is a hands on boot camp that educates while giving its 14 students a real world experience in fine dining. Everyone gets a chance to seat, cook and serve the hungry mouths of Phoenix 4 days a week for lunch and dinner. The prix fixe menu lets you choose the appetizer, entrée, beverage and of course a dessert that will have you licking the plate, kidding but they are that good!
From the time you sit down until the moment you say “just one more bite”, the Gallery Café fires up palette pleasing menu of culinary creations that will have coming back day after day and week after week. Plus, your wallet and belly will thank you!
Tuesday – Friday
11 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.
Thursday – Friday
6:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Reservations are recommended by calling 602-331-7500
The Art Institute of Phoenix
2233 West Dunlap Ave.
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