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The Culinary Institute of America's new pop-up restaurant pairs delectable offerings with an extensive beer menu curated by CIA head brewer Hutch Kugeman. "Since we opened the Brewery at the CIA in 2014, we've brewed a wide range of interesting beers completely on our own, through our classes and in conjunction with other breweries, and we're really excited to give them a co-starring role alongside a well-paired menu at Post Road Brew House," says Chef Waldy Malouf, the CIA's director of food and beverage operations. On the menu, classic pub fare gone gastro creative: dishes like housemade charcuterie, classic cassoulet, and fish and chips. Post Road Brew House opens Thursday, February 16 for dinner and will remain open until June 15. (845) 451-1015.

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