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$39 for a Four-Course Cooking Class for Two at Al Boccalino (Up to $100 Value)

Pioneer Square

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Chef with 40+ years of cooking & restaurant experience teaches small classes techniques for crafting traditional Italian dishes

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Expires Mar 27th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. 24hr cancellation notice or fee up to Groupon price may apply. Alcohol not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Learning how to cook is a useful way to impress friends at dinner parties and bait the food critic who won’t move out of your basement. Mince your way to success with this Groupon.

$39 for Four-Course Cooking Class for Two (Up to $100 Value)

Pairs join small classes of six to eight people led by Al Boccalino chef Luigi DeNunzio, who helps pupils prepare four courses of a traditional Italian meal. At the end, students sit down to devour the feast they’ve created. Dishes will vary from class to class; click here to see a sample menu. Classes can be scheduled starting at 7 p.m. Monday–Saturday.

Al Boccalino

Growing up in the Italian port town of Brindisi, Luigi DeNunzio frequented the colorful outdoor markets with his father. Surrounded by stalls bursting with local produce, meat, fish, and dairy, Luigi discovered his love of rustic cuisine composed from the freshest regional ingredients. After immigrating to Seattle in 1977, Luigi amassed experience in both cooking and business while working at a handful of the city’s Italian restaurants. In 1989, he opened Al Boccalino, where tables covered in white linen host plates of hearty Italian fare. Since then, Luigi has expanded his oeuvre to include cooking classes as well as a second, more casual eatery, Café Bengodi.

Seattle's Little Italy Al Boccalino

Growing up in the Italian port town of Brindisi, Luigi DeNunzio frequented the colorful outdoor markets with his father. Surrounded by stalls bursting with local produce, meat, fish, and dairy, Luigi discovered his love of rustic cuisine composed from the freshest regional ingredients. After immigrating to Seattle in 1977, Luigi amassed experience in both cooking and business while working at a handful of the city's Italian restaurants. In 1989, he opened Al Boccalino, where tables covered in white linen host plates of hearty Italian fare. Since then, Luigi has expanded his oeuvre to include cooking classes as well as a second, more casual eatery, Café Bengodi.



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67% of 314 customers recommend

  • “The class was really fun and I would definitely go back. ”

  • “Great chief, and teacher. Hands on class and very small so you can have some 1on1 time and learn.”

  • “GO! This place was awesome. The atmosphere while learning and cooking was fun and lively, and the food was to die for! My husband and I loved it and will go back...”

    “GO! This place was awesome. The atmosphere while learning and cooking was fun and lively, and the food was to die for! My husband and I loved it and will go back for sure!”

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    Pioneer Square

    1 Yesler Way

    Seattle, Washington 98104

    206-622-7688

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