At In The Kitchen (ITK) Culinary, down-to-earth restaurant chefs introduce cooks of all ages and skill levels to new techniques and cuisine. They offer a wide variety of classes, teaching everything from gourmet sauce making to cupcake decorating to knife skills. Chef Scott Davis, whom youngsters affectionately call The Culinary Dude, has degrees in both culinary arts and early-childhood education, and he created the kids' cooking program for Whole Foods. He teaches kids aged 4–14 how to follow recipes, safely cut and peel vegetables, or roll and bake patty-cakes.
Students learn how to create meals in an elegant kitchen with a flat-panel TV with surround sound, a subzero fridge and freezer, two six-burner Wolf cooktops, and two Wolf double ovens. Clients can rent out this space for private parties or private cooking classes.
Enjoy freshly baked muffins, cakes and cookies at local favorite Cake Art Supplies.
This place will leave you feeling satisfied no matter what kind of dietary needs you have.
You'll find most people wearing their favorite T-shirt and pair of jeans, as casual dining is Cake Art Supplies' style.
Patrons will love the number of street and lot parking options close to Cake Art Supplies.
Delicious pastries are baking now at Cake Art Supplies. Don't miss out!
Hands On Gourmet
Stephen Gibbs, the head chef and owner of Hands On Gourmet, admits that most of his students don’t walk out of his cooking classes as master chefs. That’s not the point, though. Gibbs aims for his classes to be interactive, memorable, delicious, and, above all—fun. “This is not work,” he says.
During classes, which last about three hours and accommodate anywhere from 10 to 100 people, Gibbs and his chefs help groups create custom dishes ranging from Cuban plates to Italian pasta to cupcakes. Using fresh, seasonal ingredients, groups assemble the meal under the direction of staff chefs, then sit down to leisurely enjoy their creations. Hands On Gourmet hosts classes in its own kitchen, which boasts sweeping views of the Bay, as well as at wineries, restaurants, and private residences around the San Francisco area.
What is American food? Cuisine that is delicious and perfect for any occasion. Come grab some at Pierre Coste Room.
The patio seating at Pierre Coste Room is perfect for those warm summer days.
Take a break from the office and work from Pierre Coste Room, a local restaurant with cheap wifi.
You'll want to save quiet conversations for another spot, though — the restaurant can get noisy.
No delivery needed. In and out for carryout.
Store your car on the street or in a nearby lot at Pierre Coste Room.
You'll definitely want to reconsider going anywhere else when the food at Pierre Coste Room tastes like pure heaven!
At Pierre Coste Room you can find great American food at any time of the day.
When pursuing a culinary degree at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris isn't going to fit into your schedule, there's Sour Flour, a school dedicated solely to the preparation of one of San Francisco's most iconic foods: sourdough. Held in the Mission at La Victoria Bakery, its workshops draw aspiring home bakers fascinated by the serendipitous product of the Bay Area's ambient yeasts. Of course, Sour Flour breads also pop up in baskets at dozens of S.F. restaurants, and can be bought at most markets. But there's nothing more fulfilling than learning to bake your own delicious flatbread, then taking a starter home as a nucleus for loaves of chewy sourdough and excellent pizzas, indefinitely.
Nalini Mehta helms Route to India, where the world traveler and culinary expert taps into her cultural heritage and cooking experience to teach burgeoning chefs how to create their own Indian dishes. Mehta specializes in Ayurvedic cooking, an approach that focuses on the physical and spiritual benefits. In addition to teaching classes, Mehta leads parties on culinary journeys to India, where they’ll discover a bevy of spices and fortifying dishes alongside meditation and yoga sessions.