It takes more than good cooking to be considered a chef—it also takes business cards shaped like lil' shrimps. Learn the trade with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $55 for a BYOB cooking class for one ($100 value)
- $99 for a BYOB cooking class for two ($200 value)
- $49 for a BYOB cooking and painting class for two ($100 value)
During roughly three-hour hands-on sessions, guests learn culinary skills while enjoying music and drinks before enjoying a meal with their fellow classmates. Classes cover everything from knife skills to culinary history, and also include a meal. Classes vary, and include French, Italian, Comfort Food, Knife Skills, and more. Students of any skill level can sip their own adult beverages while taking in the lesson. The cooking and painting option involve simpler menus before painting and enjoying their meal, and students can sign up for a Quiche and Canvas, Pizza and Paint, Canvas and Coffee, or Canapes and Canvas class. See the schedule for class dates and times.
If Dabble Studio has a lucky number, it's three. Not only was the downtown Nashville spot founded by a family of three (Jamie, Lynn, and TJ Fritz), it now helps visitors dabble in three disciplines. Below, we break down how visitors can explore each one.
Art: In BYOB painting classes that run for up to three hours, instructors walk students through the brushstrokes and techniques of that day's painting. By the end, tipsy painters have a finished canvas—depicting anything from a vase of flowers to a city skyline—to take home (along with plenty of fond memories).
Eating: On food tours, visitors explore the Nashville culinary scene in an air-conditioned, 14-person van. Along the way, groups may sample Mexican paletas, authentic hot chicken, or even chase down food trucks and swallow them whole.
Demonstrations: Demonstration classes are also offered, during which guests will learn by observing chefs in action while enjoying alcoholic beverages and plentiful samples (not BYOB).