CIA opens doors of renovated French restaurant

02/5/2013 | Poughkeepsie Journal (N.Y.)

Last year, the CIA closed its flagship eatery, the Escoffier Restaurant, and spent seven months transforming it into an updated French hot spot focusing on lighter, more modern fare. The new space, named Bocuse after famous French chef Paul Bocuse, is a destination for Hudson Valley diners searching for an extensive wine list and French favorites such as snail or foie gras.

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