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Wine Spectator Greystone Restaurant

Wine Spectator Greystone Restaurant Review

The Culinary Institute of America runs this place in the Greystone Winery, which once served as the Christian Brothers Winery. Century-old stone walls encase a spacious restaurant that bustles at both lunch and dinner, with several cooking stations in full view. On busy nights you may find the hard-at-work chefs more entertaining than your dining companions. The tables on the terrace, shaded by red umbrellas, are away from the action, but on fair days they're even more appealing, providing a panoramic view down the hillside. The menu has a Mediterranean spirit and emphasizes locally grown produce. Typical main courses include seared breast of Sonoma duck with a celery-root purée and house-made pasta with trumpet mushrooms and a sherry cream sauce.

Updated: 03-04-2013

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