News & Reviews

The May/June The Beauty Issue featuring Sarah Drew—BELLA New York

Our first stop was the Culinary Institute of America’s “American Bounty” restaurant. Opened in 1982, the American Bounty Restaurant
was one of the first fine restaurants in the U.S. devoted to American cuisine. Read more.


Our Own Beefsteak Dinner With The Culinary Institute of America—101.5 WPDH


5 must-try spots for spring Hudson Valley Restaurant Week—www.www.lohud.com

Don’t be daunted by The Culinary Institute of America’s Hyde Park campus; the school is happy to serve up delicious food outside the classroom setting. If you’ve never had a chance to visit any of the school’s three main restaurants, give American Bounty a try for its traditional American fare. Read more.


Review: American Bounty {The Culinary Institute of America’s restaurant}—www.sweetnicks.com

A dinner at the American Bounty restaurant, located on The Culinary Institute of America’s campus. An upscale dining experience with the menu to match. When I traveled to Rhinebeck, NY in February, part of the weekend festivities included dinner at the American Bounty restaurant on The Culinary Institute of America’s property. Staffed by the CIA’s students and graduates, it is a fine dining restaurant with perfect table settings, attentive service, and a carefully paced meal. Its focus is the farm-to-table experience, and many of the ingredients come directly from the Hudson Valley area. Read more.


Hudson Valley Restaurant Week review: American Bounty at The Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park—www.chronogram.com

For Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, we like to try out a restaurant that we haven’t been to yet, and last week we made lunch reservations at American Bounty restaurant at The Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park. During the last HVRW we had “The Lunch of the Year” at Bocuse Restaurant at the CIA so we were ready to be pampered and wowed again. From the moment I step foot on the campus, I feel as if I’m on a mini-vacation. Perhaps it’s the anticipation of an interesting meal? I love seeing the students walk around in chef shirts and how they speak in hushed tones in the hallways. Read more.