After more than 30 years of serving a classic French-style lunch, the Escoffier Restaurant at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, N.Y., will close during the afternoon. “With formal French dining it is more conducive to dinner service than lunch,” said CIA spokesman Jeff Levine. The restaurant will remain a dinner-only operation run by students and instructors for “the foreseeable future.” Escoffier, or The E-room as many students and alumni call it, is ...

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