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Welcome to 200 Monroe Restaurant
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At the Hospitality, Culinary & Tourism Institute (HCTI), 200 Monroe Restaurant features fully-equipped commercial kitchens and a full-service restaurant where HCTI students actively acquire real-world learning, expert instruction and hands-on training opportunities throughout the year.

This uniquely designed facility also serves as the location of capstone learning experiences each semester. HCTI students nearing the completion of their associates degrees participate in this experience in order to showcase their skills by delivering 
excellent service and high-quality dining experiences to our community.



200 Monroe Receives Positive Accolades, Again!

OpenTable diners voted 200 Monroe as one of the best around in 2021! Led by the executive chef and FCC Hospitality, Culinary, and Tourism Institute (HCTI) instructors, the restaurant has received additional positive accolades as one of only two restaurants to receive a five-star review by Frederick News-Post food critics as well. “Not only is it incredibly affordable and fun to see students in action, the food is also incredibly good,” Reporter Katryna Perera wrote of 200 Monroe. The restaurant  continues to be named to numerous OpenTable Diners’ Choice lists, including the best overall, best value, fit for foodies, great for lunch, and best food lists.

 

HCTI Named Top 15 School for Culinary Students

A recent study, using data from the latest College Scorecard release by the Department of Education, ranks the Hospitality, Culinary & Tourism Institute at Frederick Community College as one of the Top Schools for Culinary Students in the country. Katom.com compiled a list of the best culinary schools based on a variety of factors, such as cost and employment rate as well as program options, early career income, and more. Institutions were ranked according to level of program flexibility and affordable rate while still providing a strong education leading to job placement and financial success. Learn more about HCTI.


HCTI Earns American Culinary Federation Accreditation

Earning recognition with the highest possible evaluation result, HCTI was recently accredited by The American Culinary Federation Education Foundation (ACFEF) Accrediting Commission. The recognition certifies HCTI meets the established standards, accountability, credibility, professionalism, practices, and competencies as set for faculty, curriculum and student services. Applicable to the Associate Degree in Culinary Arts & Supervision and Culinary Skills Certificate, graduates are automatically eligible to receive professional certification from the American Culinary Federation.


HCTI Students Donate Meals to the Community

HCTI students recently prepared and donated 120 meals to healthcare workers and those in need. The Frederick News-Post and WDVM interviewed students and HCTI Manager Elizabeth DeRose while they prepared the food. “With so much in the news about food insecurity and so many people being impacted by the COVID crisis, being out of work, and how hard our health care workers are working around the clock, we thought what a great way for students to give back to the community using our student's talents and skills.” Read the full press release to learn more.



Catering Inquiries
HCTI is proud to receive numerous requests for students to cater special events. While these opportunities are very much appreciated, the program is unable to directly accommodate these requests (due to limited resources required to support such events). We are however happy to provide referrals to HCTI graduates currently operating successful catering businesses. Please contact us at HCTI@frederick.edu. Thank you for your interest!



About Us
The Hospitality, Culinary and Tourism Institute offers Certificate and AAS Degree programs in Culinary Arts as well as Hospitality Management. Additionally, a Letter of Recognition (short-term training focusing on fundamental skills) can be completed in one semester. Instruction focusing on skills and competencies is aligned with industry standards established by the American Culinary Federation (ACF) and the American Hotel Lodging Educational Institute (AHLEI). Students engage with the local business community via internships and service learning experiences in order to meet growing industry demands. With academic and workforce development training programs, HCTI delivers a strong foundation of knowledge, skills and practical experience for long-term success. Learn more.

 

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Contact Us

Elizabeth DeRose • Institute Manager
Hospitality, Culinary & Tourism Institute Manager
(240) 629-7912 • HCTI@Frederick.edu

Frederick Community College
Continuing Education & Workforce Development
7932 Opossumtown Pike • Frederick, MD 21701
(301) 624-2888 • CEInfo@frederick.edu