The Culinary Institute of America
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The Culinary Institute of America has a well deserved reputation for excellence. Their restaurants -- plural -- never disappoint.
Great restaurants on premises from the next rising stars in the culinary world!
So you forgot to reserve three months in advance for dinner at one of the school's four restaurants?The student store, in the back of the main building, is worth the trip. It has any kitchen tool you can imagine and books on every aspect of cooking.
The famous CIA is extremely close and has a few restaurants to enjoy while on the breathtaking campus along the Hudson River bank.
Make reservations for lunch or dinner at one of the school's restaurants for a truly memorable experience, or stop by the Apple Pie Bakery & Cafe for a more casual setting. Check out the bookstore for great kitchenware and cookbooks. Snap some photos of the Hudson River from the expansive main…
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