The Culinary Institute Of America At Greystone

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About The Culinary Institute Of America At Greystone, Napa

The Culinary Institute of America at Greystone is a branch campus of the private culinary college the Culinary Institute of America. The Greystone campus, located on State Route 29/128 in St. Helena, California, offers associate degrees and two certificate programs in culinary arts and baking and pastry arts. The campus' primary facility is a 117,000-square-foot (10,900 m2) stone building, known as Greystone Cellars and built for William Bowers Bourn II as a cooperative wine cellar in 1889. The building changed ownership several times, and was notably owned by the Christian Brothers as a winery from 1945 to 1989. It was used as a winery until its sale to the school in 1993, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.

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Address: 2555 Main St, St Helena, CA 94574, USA

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  • A great place for a great dining experience. I enjoy the local area, Greystone - the castle like building this is in and of course the food. Prices are not high given what you get. I recommend reservations or at least calling ahead to check.

  • Choose from 3 or 4 categories. For my entree, I chose the pork tenderloin. Flavor was good, but it was over seared, slightly. Overall, a very good experience.

  • I visited in Napa first time with my boyfriend and the last excited event was eating in this restaurant. However, when we went here, IT WAS CLOSED on Sunday. Even I had searched Yelp or their site didn't mention about it's closed. I was so mad because It took hour and thirty minutes from my house to get here. The pictures of meal looks really fancy, but no longer attention about customers.

  • The Bakery Cafe is a perfect place to stop for a quick lunch while touring up and down Napa Valley / indulging in wine tastings at vineyards. Sandwiches, salads, Illy espresso, pastries and Ghirardelli chocolates!

  • I will not go into to much detail about the overall school but what i can say is that it is excellent. The bakery inside is amazing, they always have fresh things, there is a great amount of space in the main hall to walk around in. They have lots of display cases and photos telling about the history inside. You can also access most parts of the school, as long as you get a visitors pass. The restaurant (Wine Spectator) on the northwestern end of the school has amazing service. The waiters are training students but you can hardly tell (there good at what they do). The food is exceptional and the decor is absolutely beautiful. The only complaint i have about the restaurant is how long the food takes, mine took about 20 minutes, but it was amazing all the same. The overall look of the exterior of the school resembles an old stone vineyard manor. It has lots of history including how it was made and why.

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