Fine Dining Spotlight: The Culinary Institute of America | Chronogrammies | Hudson Valley | Chronogram Magazine
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The Bocuse

If there is one thing that this last year of quarantine has taught us, it’s that we really love, and missed, our favorite restaurants. And in the Hudson Valley, the Culinary Institute of America’s restaurants were not only voted fan favorites in the Fine Dining category, but they were sorely missed when their doors closed. Fortunately, they are open again, which not only benefits the taste buds of the Valley residents but culinary students in training.

“When you dine in our restaurants, you’re not just getting an excellent meal, your food is being prepared and served by the future leaders of the food, beverage, and hospitality industries, guided by our world-class faculty,” says Waldy Malouf, senior director of food and beverage operations at The Culinary Institute of America. “And your meal supports CIA student scholarships.”

Both American Bounty and the Bocuse, a French fare restaurant, are now open, Tuesday through Saturday, for lunch and dinner. Reservations are required and masks must be worn on campus. Apple Pie Bakery Café and Ristorante Caterina de Medici will reopen this fall.

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