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The Culinary Institute of America at Greystone

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The Culinary Institute of America at Greystone

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Napa Valley Wineries Tour Including Picnic Lunch
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Napa Valley Wineries Tour Including Picnic Lunch

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Get chauffeured through the Napa Valley in a limousine. Leave the driving to someone else as you visit up to five renowned wineries, sampling your way through Northern California’s wine country with a professional designated driver. Perfect for small groups celebrating an occasion, this 6-hour tasting tour includes a picnic-style lunch and convenient hotel pickup and drop-off.
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mdbtraveler wrote a review Mar 2020
Saint Louis, Missouri55 contributions36 helpful votes
My wife and I were extremely impressed with the quality and presentation of the cuisine at the culinary Institute. The servers are all students in training and still have a learning curve ahead of them, but they try hard and do a good job for the most part. The food is outstanding and some of the best I’ve had anywhere. The wine list is very good although many of the winds are on the pricey side. The ambience is very romantic and comfortable. Prices for a prefix meal are not terribly expensive for fruit of this quality. I highly recommend the culinary Institute if you are staying in Napa Valley.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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leonlafreniere wrote a review Feb 2020
Escondido, California201 contributions52 helpful votes
We took the $10 tour and the option for $20 lunch in the cafe. It was wonderful. Our guides were Katy and a student named Daniel. They were both full of information and gave an appreciation for the CIA at Greystone. There was a student exhibit on making chocolate. It was called "bean to bar". Students started with cocoa beans from 6 different countries and ended with chocolate bars. We had lunch in the cafe complete with a class of wine. Students and their teacher were eager to please and helpful making choices that fit the $20 per person budget. I wanted to be a CIA student by the time we were done!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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mini wrote a review Feb 2020
Fremont, California102,210 contributions3,845 helpful votes
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We went to The Culinary Institute of America at Greystone. This is a leading culinary school iB America. We went to the store as well as the cafe. We also went to the memorial citrus grove. Overall, we enjoyed our visit.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Telf wrote a review Jan 2020
Washington DC, District of Columbia93 contributions55 helpful votes
Facility looked interesting from the outside, but unimpressive inside. Didn’t try the food at the cafe, but I’m sure that’s good. Was just hoping for more of a facility to tour.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Linda wrote a review Dec 2019
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We took the tour and lunch option and were disappointed in both. Our tour guide didn't seem at all happy or invested in the institute. She set the tone by not introducing herself and she talked to the group in a quiet tone as she was walking away from us. I learned very little about the history of the institute as she was so hard to hear. The server at the cafe seemed very new and told us we could order anything from the menu and then when the three of us ordered a salad and 2 sandwiches, we were charged an additional $20 for being over our per diem which we didn't even knew we had. Most of lunch was average. The Impossible Burger was very good though.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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