The CIA Texas campus in San Antonio is home to a diverse and energetic community of food lovers who have a special interest in Latin cuisine. We welcome students seeking a career in culinary or baking and pastry arts, entrepreneurs looking to launch new ventures in the food business, or homegrown chefs who are just looking to expand their skills for friends and family.
At CIA’s San Antonio campus, we offer:
Our faculty members include top chefs, food executive, restaurant owners, master sommeliers, and more.
Located on the San Antonio River Walk and set among the restored 19th-century buildings of the former Pearl Brewery, the CIA’s 30,000-square-foot main building features:
We offer tours led by CIA students. Hear from them firsthand about the career opportunities that await you. And of course, if you’re going to visit CIA’s Texas campus, you need to grab a bite at one (or more) of our student-staffed restaurants—Savor and the CIA Bakery Café.
Savor The Culinary Institute of America plays a role in our students’ educational experience. Reservations are suggested.
Step into Savor The Culinary Institute of America restaurant and experience a meal inspired by ingredients and techniques from around the world. Your dinner is created and presented by advanced CIA students under the guidance of our professional faculty, making for a truly unique and memorable meal. Join us and build your own three or four-course meal in our intimate dining room or come spend time in our barroom and order from constantly changing tastes from the kitchen, classic cocktails, curated wines, or local craft beers.
Discover the pop-up CIA Bakery Café created by the CIA’s baking and pastry senior class under the direction of Certified Master Baker Alain Dubernard and Chef Will Packwood.