Culinary Institute of Canada’s Dining Rooms Close for Renovations
April 27, 2017
Thursday, April 27, 2017. Charlottetown, PE – The Culinary Institute of Canada’s dining establishments will be closing temporarily on Saturday, April 29th, for a period of six months.
The Lucy Maud Dining Room, the Institute’s fine dining restaurant, and the Montgomery Cafeteria, will undergo significant upgrades as part of the $7.5 million renovation and expansion that was announced in January, 2017.
“Now that students are finishing their academic year, our construction schedule for the dining rooms and kitchens will be kicking into high gear. We will re-open to the general public in November 2017 with a fresh new look, and vastly improved facilities for our students to receive the best culinary education in Canada,” said Austin Clement, Program Manager for Culinary and Hospitality Programs.
The renovation and expansion to The Culinary Institute of Canada was made possible by investments from the Federal and Provincial governments, and a capital campaign led by the Holland College Foundation, called Nourish.