CIA Restaurants—Downtown Napa, California
The Grove at Copia—NOW OPEN
Our team is excited to welcome you back to The Grove at Copia, with our new executive chef and Bay Area favorite, Sayat Ozyilmaz CIA ’15, new menus, and that feeling of community that became a hallmark of The Grove last summer. Join us in our expansive outdoor garden and new, indoor dining room for a meal inspired by seasonal and local produce.
Lunch Box at Copia—NOW OPEN
Introducing the Lunch Box, The CIA at Copia’s newest dining option located at the former Copia Box Office window, where you can pick up quick-service lunch specialties to-go. Choose from a selection of fresh sandwiches, spreads, salads, and snacks to enjoy on your lunch break, while sipping wine at our self-serve Wine Bar (coming soon!), or as an afternoon pick-me-up.
CIA Restaurants—St. Helena, California
Our students and CIA faculty chefs welcome you to dine with us at Gatehouse. Indoor and outdoor seating is available, and reservations are strongly encouraged. The Bakery Cafe by illy remains closed at this time.
Gatehouse Restaurant—NOW OPEN
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 herb gardens into creative contemporary dishes, served graciously in a refined yet casual dining room.
The Bakery Café by illy—CURRENTLY CLOSED
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 and 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.