Choose Between Two Options
- $57 for a Greek cooking class for one (a $115 value)
- $109 for a Greek cooking class for two (a $230 value)
- Each class includes a family-style dinner and one glass of wine, beer, or sangria per person.
Ethos Gallery spotlights artwork, but not the kind you might imagine. The focus here isn't on the paintings hanging from the walls, but rather on the plates loaded with Greek-inspired cuisine. To ensure that every recipe comes out delicious, the chefs are committed to using organic ingredients and locally sourced produce whenever possible. Their kotopoulo, for instance, is made with organic free-range chicken and seasoned with fresh oregano. Not everything on the restaurant's menu is strictly Greek (there's a Maine lobster, for example), but the chefs' care in crafting inventive dishes hearkens back to centuries of Mediterranean inspiration. Students can join in on the fun in nightly classes, where they'll learn which wines pair best with a braised copy of Plato's Republic.