culinary summer camp nyc
“You all did an amazing job keeping us safe, entertained and happy. Best staff group. Keep in touch!”
– Joey, 13 Summer 2015 student
All campusNYC culinary summer camp students are staying at our partner Educational Housing’s premier residence hall located at 1760 Third Avenue. They will have access to a wealth of versatile amenities! Stay fit by working out in our 3,500 square foot, on-site fitness facility; save time with our modern laundry room with washing machines that text you when your laundry is done; and mingle with your neighbors playing pool in our game room or catching a movie in the screening room downstairs. There are several different social areas and common areas where we can socialize and congregate, and the building itself offers a fun evening events each night (though we often skip it because we are out and about in NYC doing our thing!) Come check out the fully furnished rooms at the best culinary summer camp NYC!
Rooms at 1760 Third Avenue comes fully furnished with designer beds, desks, and wardrobes/dressers that maximize living space at our culinary summer camp NYC. The rooms even come with TV with cable, so at the very end of the night you can relax your brain as you crawl in to bed, exhausted after a full day of fun and learning. Students don’t get much time in their rooms to watch TV, because we are just so busy doing our evening activities and other events, but it is nice sometimes to simply kick back and enjoy the cool a/c and a cooking show on Bravo! refrigerator/microwave. Every room has a private attached bathroom-something you won’t find in most college dorms-and air conditioning!
“Thank you to all of you. This was my favorite summer and you guys are awesome!”
– Justin, 12 summer 2015 student
Two-minute tour of the Residence
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Culture, Cuisine, and Couture
The Upper East Side / Yorkville is one of the most coveted and established neighborhoods in Manhattan, and home to gorgeous architecture and unparalleled fine-art institutions. Check out Van Gogh, Monet and Picasso at the MOMA; view the exquisite collections at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim and the Whitney Museum of America Art. In the old Carnegie mansion you’ll find the Cooper-Hewitt Museum of Design, and nearby you can discover 19th Century masters like Renoir and Rembrandt at the Frick. And don’t forget the Jewish Museum, the City of New York Museum, and the countless galleries the students at our program will explore.
Students at our culinary camp in NYC will also savor extraordinary affordable restaurants and specialty food shops on every block. After dinner catch a free concert in Central Park or meet up with friends in Carl Schurz Park to take in the view over the East River. If shopping is your thing, you find everything from discount stores to chic boutiques to the upscale designer shops that line Park, Fifth and Madison Avenues. But don’t worry… students are with counselors the entire time!
“I loved this program and getting to know the people from all over. I loved my time outside of class!”
– Anonymous student, summer 2015