462 Broadway - New York, NY 10013-2618
Founded As The French Culinary Institute and Has Merged with Institute of Culinary Education
About The International Culinary Center
The International Culinary Center was founded in 1984 by Dorothy Cann Hamilton as The French Culinary Institute in an effort to blend classic French cooking and American “inventiveness.”
The International Culinary Center (ICE) merged into the Institute of Culinary Education in 2020.
Going to School in New York, NY
New York City is one of the most exciting cities in the world. It abounds with museums and galleries, shopping and sight-seeing. It is the site of world-famous landmarks such as the Empire State Building, Times Square, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.
It is the home of Columbia University and New York University and a world-renowned center of finance and commerce. At its heart is the 843 acre Central Park where visitors can go ice skating, take a carriage ride, visit the zoo, and enjoy a snack or a formal dinner at one of the many dining establishments.
New York City is located on the island of Manhattan on the banks of the Hudson River in the southeast corner of New York State. It is surrounded by its equally well-known boroughs: the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island and is connected by bridges and tunnels to New Jersey to the west.
The SoHo area in lower Manhattan is home to numerous artists in all different fields. Some of the trendiest NYC restaurants can be found here, and the eclectic mix of old an new makes for a fascinating place to live while learning a food-related business.
For More Information
To learn more about this school including class information, tuition, requirements, financial aid and how to apply, please contact the the Institute of Culinary Education.