This is the flagship restaurant of the Culinary Institute, and would have been a highlight of our trip, had it not been for the busload of people being served before us. The food is delicious and well-prepared and the presentation excellent, but we waited 90 minutes between arriving and being served our salads. The manager did take several items off the bill as a result, but we had to complain. Sit inside if you want to see the craziness of the open kitchens, sit outside if you want a more serene country-side view.
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