Where Am I?
Situated against a Western hill, there’s no concern of stability,
here you sip the world away in a buzz of tranquility
The sight from inside, blocked and closed-in,
sitting anywhere but out should be considered a sin
In the morning, there’s a dew, but not from a mountain,
chances are good your trip took you past a sparkling fountain
While it’s not Langley, it shares the name, you might say,
which is fitting, for it too is an open secret, starring the color grey
Window by window, stone by stone, it was built for the palate,
perhaps you’ll spot something resembling a galette
Pour over your options, do yourself this favor,
because when it comes to B-L-or D, it’ll serve something you’ll forever savor!
So, where am I?
Ladies and gentleman, I am…
at the Culinary Institute of America (CIA) at Greystone in the wine-rich town of St. Helena, California!
Located in the heart of Napa Valley in northern California, the CIA at Greystone is a top-notch restaurant and training ground for elite chefs, as well as a spectacular destination for anybody who enjoys excellent food and wine! While the seating inside is very nice, it pales in comparison to the view and pure serenity on the stone terrace with a stunning view of the vineyards just beyond the trees and road.
Posted on April 23, 2014, in Uncategorized and tagged answer, California, CIA, Culinary Institute of America at Greystone, food, Napa Valley, poem, restaurant, riddle, St. Helena, wine. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.