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About Cassis at the Grand Hyatt
Few Atlanta restaurants are as innovative as Cassis, which serves a contemporary menu with a modern American flair, inspired by the culinary talents of Executive Chef Thomas McKeown.
Located inside Grand Hyatt Atlanta in Buckhead, guests are sure to enjoy the selection of choices from either the grand buffet or a la carte menu for breakfast and lunch.
The breakfast options - from classic favorites like eggs benedict to regional flavors like stuffed french toast with Georgia peaches - are offered daily.
The lunch items -ranging from Smoked Duck and Gouda Mac n' Cheese to the all natural N.Y. strip, are offered daily.
Atlanta, GA 30305
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday: 6:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
(Buffet closes at 10:30 a.m.)
Saturday & Sunday: 6:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Daily: 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Enjoy an unforgettable celebration at Grand Hyatt Atlanta. Located in the heart of exclusive Buckhead, our facility offers more than just a ceremony and reception. It's a chance to gather with friends and family, partaking in all that Buckhead has to offer, from world-renowned spas, restaurants and shopping. Whether you desire a casual reception or a formal gala, allow us to make your event the experience of a lifetime, with services including wedding specialists, a tempting array of food and beverage and your choice of venues throughout the hotel, including indoor and outdoor.
For all Cassis guests we do validate valet parking.
Convenient access to and from Marta Transit's Buckhead station which is less than one block away. "The Buc" shuttle also provides convenient, fast and frequent service throughout the Buckhead community which runs from 7 a.m. - 7p.m., seven days per week.
Private Party Facilities:
Private Party Facilities include the Cascade room and Cassis A and Cassis B, both overlooking the patio and 30 foot waterfall located in the beautifully landscaped Japanese Gardens. The rooms are conducive to receptions, dinners, or business meetings, lunch or dinner.
Private Party Contact:
Jesse Galan: (404) 237-1234 ext. 2567
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Holiday Brunches - Easter, Mother's Day, Thanksgiving Day, Chef's Tables, Special Valentine's Day Dinner.
Cassis at the Grand Hyatt Ratings and Reviews
Mother's day 2017 was our, 1st time attending the annual Cassis brunch. There was something for everyone. From the healthy smoothies, seafood, traditional American/European, to the Mediterranean fair. I can't complain and more importantly my mother couldn't either. It was a lovely affair and I hope to make it a family tradition.
Very nice staff and excellent service. Some of the food was excellent, and some just OK. The restaurant itself, however, is in the basement. It looks at a beautiful waterfall, but you can't really see it through the ugly warehouse looking doors. The decor is old, tired and dark. Sad overall
We had a few minutes to grab a quick lunch between meetings and Cassis was a great choice. The server was very professional and very quick. We told him we needed to be out in a half hour, and he made that happen. I had the Tuna salad, and it exceeded my expectation. The bottom line for me is that this hotel restaurant was better than I thought it would be.
This was our third or maybe fourth Mothers Day brunch here. The food was good though a bit too cold even for a buffet, but the quality of the dishes was up to par.
The live music is always a nice touch, though the usual team minus saxophone could have been substituted by Muzak and probably no one would have noticed. Service was maybe 90% what it should have been; nothing major, but did have to ask twice for a basic drink order.
All told, we enjoyed it and would consider going back again next year. Except...
We probably won't go back next year, though. $250 after tax and tip, even with child rates, is just too much for the overall package. There are certainly more competitive deals to be had.
My coffee was only refilled after two requests (should be none). Table was never cleaned after courses (dishes and glasses piled up, when I requested them to be removed, server still left some behind). Maybe it was because was Mother's Day brunch and they were busy, but service was not that great overall. Brunch food was good.
First time at this restaurant. Except for the two of us, the place was completely empty, so the service was pretty good since the servers had nothing else to do. The food was pretty good as well. However, this restaurant could use a facelift or at least a thorough cleaning. Was expecting a much more upscale experience at the Grand Hyatt.
I made a reservation for this restaurant for Valentine's Day morning. When I arrived they didn't ask if I had a reservation. Which I thought made my date feel like I had nothing planned. This restaurant is also in a hotel so a lot of people were coming down in there pajamas. The food was ok just not a date spot.
It is crazy that they charged me for parking there at hotel valet price when I was there for a business lunch meeting in their restaurant. There are lot better places around there for better lunch and don't have to pay for parking on top of high buckhead restaurant prices.
Very good experience at Thanksgiving brunch. Ordered from fixed menu and each course (4) was very good. The suggested wine pairings were quite nice although somewhat overpriced. The desert selection was varied but nothing exceptional. Arrived early and had the entire restaurant to ourselves which was very nice. Not sure about the ambiance with a full house.
Service was attentive but not intrusive, which can happen when you are the only ones in the dining room. Overall, a great holiday menu with excellent food and service at a reasonable price.
We chose this mother's day brunch due to jazz entertainment. Could not be more disappointed as the ensemble was in the buffet area over 75 yards away.heard only when getting food. Paid more for entertainment....but didn't hear ensemble at all from our cubby room. They should have had speakers in seatong area. A lot of yummy $30 offers out there for moms day....that's what we will do next year.
Very overpriced. Poor signage on stations. Service at table for coffee or juice was atrocious. Had a couple of older folks w walkers would have been nice if they had a roving waitperson to help. Had to make separate trips to accommodate getting their plate. Again for the price compared to other fine venues would choose someplace else
First time to the Hyatt, wanted to try one of the premium brunches for Easter and Cassis was the one. The table was ready on time with no wait, staff exceptional. The best for us was the cheese and charcuterie station....all except one cheese comes from regional, small farmers. Executive Chef Thomas McKeown was on-hand to explain the various selections. Each station was manned by the cooking staff, salad station, sushi oyster and smoked salmon; a craving station, with lamb and filet; fresh fruit smoothie station/fresh fruit plates. Of course you had breads, pastries, waffles, made to order eggs and all the breakfast trimmings. Bottom line, a family meal with an experience of some new, exciting foods; all exceptionally done.
This was our third year dining for Thanksgiving. The service has always been impeccable. We like the ambience. It is serene with a beautiful view of the waterfall in the patio. The culinary presentation is beautiful and the food is very good. We have always enjoyed a delightful experience in dining here.
I went to Cassis for Mothers Day Brunch and I just was not excited from the moment we walked in. I walked in and it looked very banquet like. No ambiance. The food was ok. The champagne in my cranberry mimosa was of a horrible quality. There were several other places I could have gone for the price and would have enjoyed them. I will not return to Cassis.
Went for a business lunch with colleagues. Decent, overpriced food in a spot that lacks much ambiance. Servers were very attentive with drink refills but lacked basic knowledge of the menu and were not proactive in seeking any answers from the chef. I would recommend several other options in the area for lunch before Cassis: e.g., Bricktops, Bones, Capital Grille, Buckhead Diner.
The Cassis was okay. I was expecting more, based on its website. I was expecting Sunday brunch, but the menu was typical, hotel breakfast fare. If I were staying in the Grand Hyatt, I probably would eat breakfast there, but I wouldn't eat there otherwise. I'm not from Atlanta, but I feel sure that there are excellent places for Sunday brunch there. On the positive side. It was my friend's birthday, and they brought him a cupcake.
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