S.F. Bay Area — California
Napa Valley Restaurants
Greystone Restaurant ***
The Culinary Institute of America
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Wine Spectator Greystone (CIA) Reservations
Description & Atmosphere
Many of you will recognize this historic landmark building as the
former Christian Brothers Winery, just north of St. Helena.
At night, it looks spectacular.
Wine Spectator Greystone Restaurant shares
the building with The Culinary Institute of America.
outside, the restaurant looks very formal, but inside, it's quite
casual with a fun, vibrant atmosphere.
As you enter the large dining room, you can't miss the copper-covered
open kitchen, enclosed by a short wall of colorful blue and terra-cotta
tiles (photo right). There's also a nice lounge area with an
inviting fireplace and comfortable seats where you can enjoy a
drink while waiting for your table.
Flavors of the Mediterranean are highlighted and the restaurant
also grows its own organic herbs and vegetables providing
diners with the freshest of ingredients.
The Tasting Extravaganza a delectable assortment of appetizers
served on small plates is a great way to begin your meal,
especially if there are more than two of you dining. The Monterey
Calamari, Grilled Shrimp, Bunuelos of Cod
and the Grape Leaves all
make a perfect prelude to your meal.
First courses include a delightful Cream of Cauliflower Soup,
Pumpkin Ravioli, Torchon of Foie Gras, and a light Belgian Endive &
Second courses are sensational Sautéed
Millbrook Venison, Nantucket Bay Scallops, tender Braised Beef Short
Ribs and Seared Atlantic Salmon. Rotisserie Chicken and Duck are
also featured on the menu.
If you still have room for dessert, the Creme Brulée is
Private Party Rooms
The Wine Spectator Greystone Restaurant is a perfect destination
for entertaining your clients and guests.
The Food Arts Dining Room
can seat up to 10 guests. Or for your special event with
fewer than 125 guests, you may prefer family-style seating surrounding
the show kitchens, or enjoy the unparalleled panoramas of the Valleys
vineyards, including their own,
from the Terrace.
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Closed during Thanksgiving and Christmas. Call to confirm.
Reservations are recommended
Parking on site