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Check out Open Table to explore the Napa Valley’s best restaurants. The Culinary Institute of America offers a variety of dining options at both of its Napa Valley campuses.
The Restaurant at CIA Copia—in the heart of bustling Napa, CA—offers an uncommon experience. Chefs—inspired by global flavors and fresh ingredients—bring their creations directly from the kitchen to your table to choose from and share. Our curated selection of wines, beer, and craft cocktails elevate the flavors of each dish. Its sleek and comfortable atmosphere is perfect for a celebratory evening or as your go-to hang out with friends. Have a drink at the bar or grab a couch in the lounge.
Gatehouse Restaurant, on The Culinary Institute of America’s historic St. Helena facility, is the capstone experience for CIA students after two years of rigorous culinary, baking and pastry, hospitality and beverage management instruction. These future industry leaders transform the freshest regional ingredients, as well as those from the CIA’s own farm and herb gardens into creative contemporary dishes, served graciously in a refined yet casual dining room.
When you first enter the CIA at Greystone, don’t be surprised if you find yourself lured by the intoxicating smells of baked bread, cookies and other treats being made in The Bakery Café by illy. The menu features pastries, cookies, soups, salads, sandwiches, and sides made by our baking & pastry arts students and faculty.
In addition, The Bakery Café by illy has a full menu of illy coffee drinks, Dammann Freres tea, house-made beverages, wines by the glass and local microbrews.