Wine Spectator Greystone Restaurant
- USA TODAY & the CIA Present: Experience Food and Wine in Wine Country
- Wine Spectator Greystone Restaurant Menus and Reservations
- Hours of Operation
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- Location and Directions
- Learn, Sip, Shop, and Savor at The Culinary Institute of America at Greystone
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- Dress Code
- 2012 Best of Wine Tourism Award
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USA TODAY & the CIA Present: Experience Food and Wine in Wine Country
USA TODAY and The Culinary Institute of America present a very special event—Experience Food and Wine in Wine Country on Friday, May 9 from 6:30–10 p.m. Featuring five of Napa and Sonoma’s most well-known chefs, this exciting evening includes a six-course meal focused on the valleys freshest ingredients and the signature cuisine of each of the chefs. The evening is hosted by Bill Heubel, chef at the Wine Spectator Greystone Restaurant, and Bill Briwa, from the USA WEEKEND “Great American Meals” series. In addition, CIA Chef-Instructor Stephen Durfee will be in attendance to prepare your desserts. Three of the event chefs are CIA alumni. They are excited to be coming back to where it all began—The Culinary Institute of America—to cook for you.
You’ll begin the evening at a reception where you will meet each of the chefs. At dinner, cocktails, beer, or wine will be paired with each of the courses. Live music, expert commentary from the chefs, and a variety of other surprises will keep you smiling and charmed.
Tickets are just $135 each, plus tax and service charges.
Seating is limited for this one-time-only event, so call 707-967-2367 or e-mail Peter Triolo at firstname.lastname@example.org to make your reservations today.
Enjoy memorable cuisine perfectly paired with wine and legendary CIA hospitality.
Inspired by local, seasonal ingredients, our menu features a bold interpretation of world flavors, daily hors d’oeuvre “Temptations,” and an award-winning wine list. Learn as you sip by selecting one of our “Lessons in Wine” tasting flights. Terrace dining with spectacular vineyard views is available in season, with cozy fireplace dining in the cooler months.
Wine Spectator Greystone Restaurant Menus and Reservations
Hours of Operation
Lunch: 11:30 a.m.–2 p.m.
Dinner: 5:30–8:30 p.m.
Please note that as of September 30 we will only be serving dinner from 5:30–8:30 p.m.
April 18–19, 2014
May 23–24, 2014
June 10, 2014
July 4–5, 2014
July 26–August 18, 2014
August 26, 2014
September 5–29, 2014
October 14, 2014
November 4, 2014
November 26–29, 2014
December 19–31, 2014
We accept all credit cards!
Location and Directions
The restaurant is located at 2555 Main Street, St. Helena, CA 94574.
For detailed directions to our St. Helena, CA campus and to print a campus map, please visit our directions page.
Learn, Sip, Shop, and Savor at The Culinary Institute of America at Greystone
When dining at the Wine Spectator Greystone Restaurant be sure to stop by the Spice Islands Marketplace®. The Marketplace is a fun, fascinating, and multi-faceted shopping and educational experience that could only come to you from the world’s premier culinary college.
Experience the Flavor Bar at The Spice Islands Marketplace. While in the store, be sure to visit the Flavor Bar, where you can enjoy unique “Taste Like a Chef” sensory experiences that will give you insight into food ingredients and how a chef uses flavor to create perfectly seasoned dishes and confections.
Visiting on a Saturday or Sunday? Attend a cooking demonstration. The CIA’s DeBaun Theatre comes to life with live cooking demos performed by the school’s renowned chef-instructors. The one-hour events feature recipes that reflect the seasonal flavors of the Napa Valley wine country and are paired with a glass of wine.
There is no dress code for this restaurant.
2012 Best of Wine Tourism Award
The Wine Spectator Greystone Restaurant at The Culinary Institute of America has been recognized with the 2012 Great Wine Capitals Best Of Tourism Award for Wine Tourism Restaurants because of the multiple educational opportunities it offers guests including access to view chefs and students in open teaching kitchens; educational tips on its wine list offering flights of wines to compare and contrast varietals, winemakers and vintages; and their weekly series of wine tasting events with the Napa Valley Vintners that give visitors the chance to meet and interact with local vintners.
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