Fun experience for the kids but not so fun for the adults having to try and coordinate with the staff. Staff is very hard to get in touch with - I had to leave numerous messages before anyone called me back. They were extremely unorganized and not knowledgeable about upcoming workshops and I wouldn't know about a workshop until the day before when I received an email notification (it wouldn't be posted on online either). Since my Groupon was about to expire I had to pay extra and pick a different type of class even though it was less expensive than the price of workshops or weekly classes. I suggest you check their online calendar and make sure you see a class or workshop that you want to register for before purchasing because they do not guarantee that they will offer any workshops each month. I gave this as a gift to my daughter's friend and I was embarrassed at the unorganized schedule and their limited workshops. Ended up doing the Kids Night Out and paid twice as much. Check-in was crazy hectic and the staff wasn't very friendly. We have been there before this night and it was ok. Again, kids had fun but staff is very hard to deal with.
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires.Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required; credit card required at booking. 7-day cancellation notice required or fee up to Groupon price may apply. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. 2 person option must be used by two different people. Class options valid for Kinder cooks (age 3-6), Junior Chefs (ages 7-11), and Teen Chefs - Senior Chefs (ages 12-18) classes. Not valid for private classes, birthdays, gingerbread houses, other workshops, field trips, or camps. Check website here for new classes.Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Offer is not eligible for our promo codes or other discounts.
About Young Chefs Academy Frisco
The recipe for a successful cooking class requires the right mix of teacher, chef, and nutritionist—a balance that each instructor strikes at Young Chefs Academy Frisco. They host students aged 4–16 in weekly cooking classes that regularly change recipes while sticking to the monthly theme. They cater to individual children, school field trips, and even scout troops. They even host birthday parties, which let young chefs celebrate their big day with hands-on instruction on how to make their own pizza, gingerbread houses, or birthday cakes that come out of the oven already on fire and ready to be blown out.