Create your own sandwich combo at Elliotts On Linden, a local restaurant.
This place will leave you feeling satisfied no matter what kind of dietary needs you have.
Ready for a drink to unwind? At Elliotts On Linden, you can pair your meal with something from their full bar.
Got kids? No problem at Elliotts On Linden! The restaurant is a fantastic spot for families to dine together.
Don't miss out on the private room at Elliotts On Linden — you'll want to reserve the space the next time you and your whole crew need a place to celebrate together.
No suit, no problem! The dress code at laid-back Elliotts On Linden is ultra casual.
Love the food so much you want to serve it at your next soiree? No problem — Elliotts On Linden offers catering.
For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your grub to go.
Elliotts On Linden's diners can park in a neighboring lot just seconds away.
Checks are bigger than average at the restaurant, so prepare your wallet.
The professional instructors at Raleigh Bartending School eagerly impart their pouring wisdom on casual learners and up-and-coming barkeeps. A four-hour mixology class gives pupils a taste of the tricks and techniques needed for successful liquid slinging in a fun, hands-on environment. The full certification course prepares students to serve alcohol responsibly, maximize tip revenue, and identify and halt bar-joke set-ups before they come to earth-rending fruition. After watching demonstrations from professional instructors, students build their bar-cred with hands-on experience, learning hundreds of cocktail recipes, business skills, and bar setup. After completing an intensive 40-hour course, graduates earn the legal ability to serve alcohol for fun and profit and gain access to the school's job-placement program, as well as the right to serve as official judicator for all small-claims bar bets. Classes operate on a flexible schedule based around student availability.
Personal chef, caterer, teacher?there's little Chef Barry Francois doesn't do when it comes to food. He helps clients save time or plan for special occasions with custom catering that ranges from elegant brunch dishes to casual comfort food to fine-dining-style plates. In between preparing savory meals, the chef transforms his kitchen into a classroom. Those who feel utterly lost can enroll in the beginners' class, where they'll learn basic knife skills, craft sauces and marinades, and receive a comprehensive review of fresh herbs, including which ones can flush evil spirits from their garbage disposal. More experienced students who are curious about niche cooking styles may find inspiration during the Grilling and Entertaining class, which features demos on light summer sides and grilled meats, veggies, and desserts.
Whether they're teaching kids how to cook or pushing established chefs to explore new horizons, the professional instructors at The City Kitch constantly indulge curiosities for all things culinary. Specifically designed for 8?10 year olds, their Elementary Kids Camp gives kids hands-on experience in the kitchen, teaching them the basic skills of cooking and baking. But not all of the camps are for little kids; a special Celebrity Chef camp is perfect for teens who dream of one day displaying their own cakes in the Louvre. Adults can also hone their chops in courses on French cooking, wines and cheeses, and other specific culinary interests.
Beverly's Gourmet Foods' Beverly McLaughlin creates nutritious meals from scratch using only vegetarian and vegan ingredients, olive and vegetable oils, and unprocessed foods. Her kitchen also recycles all of its paper, plastic, glass, and canned products to help maintain an environmental footprint as small and green as a leprechaun's.
The chef's prepared dishes?pistachio crusted tofu and tomato basil pies?can be picked up at Whole Foods, at the Atherton Mill Market, or at the Mecklenburg County Market, which her grandmother helped found in 1938. People who love her food can also try to put together their own versions in Beverly's vegetarian and vegan cooking classes.
Giving kids the chance to stretch their creative wings is just one aspect of the philosophy at Fun Arts Afterschool. Workshops suited for kids aged 9-14 include the introductory Acting For Film, where students learn Method Acting and the Meisner Technique—which uses a series of exercises designed to help students improvise. Likewise, teens in the DVD film class acquire knowledge to storyboard, write scrips, and even act on film.