Those who don't learn proper cooking techniques are doomed to a life of licking pages from fancy food magazines. Cause a stir with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $45 for a BYOB cooking class for one (a $125 value)
- $75 for a BYOB cooking class for two (a $250 value)
- $299 for a private BYOB cooking class for eight (a $1,000 value)
Themed classes held in an open kitchen focus on topics such as healthy home cooking, knife techniques, or Spanish-style small plates (tapas). Some sessions target beginners, while others are aimed at experienced chefs. See the class schedule.
Good-Life Gourmet’s is a case study in multitasking. In its open kitchen, Chef Eric, an alum of the French Culinary Institute, routinely fries his signature falafel, teaches his cooking techniques to budding chefs, and prepares gourmet catering spreads. Although Chef Eric accomplishes a lot when he’s working, he maintains a fun, light-hearted environment, playing whimsical pranks on his coworkers, who include his three brothers and a team of local high-school students.
At Good-Life’s sandwich shop, a rotating menu gives palates the royal treatment with the aforementioned falafel, sliced-steak wraps, and butter-poached lobster rolls. Meanwhile, the kitchen’s BYOB cooking classes cover topics ranging from tapas to basic knife techniques, such as how to turn two meat cleavers into a huge pair of scissors. The culinary team tailors its catering feasts to each event, and pours its remaining creativity into the pop-up restaurant, Restaurant Maize, open occasionally in locations throughout the city.
“Great cooking class! Better than the one I went to at ICE in the city.”