Cooking Classes in Villa Park


Cooking Skills Academy: Cooking Class for 1, 2, or 4, or Cooking or Team-Building Class for 10 at Cooking Skills Academy (Up to 53% Off)

Cooking Class for 1, 2, or 4, or Cooking or Team-Building Class for 10 at Cooking Skills Academy (Up to 53% Off)

Cooking Skills Academy

Design First Studio

More than 20 classes include 15-minute pasta dishes, cooking with wine, and parmesan-encrusted chicken; Iron Chef event aids team building

$80 $39

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Ipsento Coffee: $48 for a Two-Hour Coffee 101 Class at Ipsento Coffee ($80 Value)

$48 for a Two-Hour Coffee 101 Class at Ipsento Coffee ($80 Value)

Ipsento Coffee

Bucktown

Hands-on class teaches proper methods of brewing coffee at home to make perfect cups every time; includes snacks and unlimited coffee

$80 $48

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Cook Au Vin: BYOB Parisian Bistro Cooking Class for One or Two at Cook Au Vin (Up to 52% Off)

BYOB Parisian Bistro Cooking Class for One or Two at Cook Au Vin (Up to 52% Off)

Cook Au Vin

Lincoln Park

During BYOB hands-on classes, participants create a multicourse French meal that they enjoy together at the end

$240 $115

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Cooking Fools: Pasta-Making Class with Dinner for One or Two at Cooking Fools (Up to 49% Off)

Pasta-Making Class with Dinner for One or Two at Cooking Fools (Up to 49% Off)

Cooking Fools

Bucktown

Instructors help pupils craft fresh, light pasta and sauces usually found at restaurants, then host an after-class feast of the spoils

$188 $95

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Cupcakes and Cocktails: Cupcake Decorating Class for One, Two, or Four with Cupcakes and Cocktails (51% Off)

Cupcake Decorating Class for One, Two, or Four with Cupcakes and Cocktails (51% Off)

Cupcakes and Cocktails

Multiple Locations

Decorate cupcakes while you sip on cocktails at a local bar and leave with a half-dozen cupcakes bearing your handiwork

$65 $32

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Give Me Some Sugar: $39 for Cake Decorating Class at Give Me Some Sugar ($75 Value)

$39 for Cake Decorating Class at Give Me Some Sugar ($75 Value)

Give Me Some Sugar

Roscoe Village

Chef instructors lead classes in basic cake decorating; all supplies provided

$75 $39

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  • dodo Cafe
    Danny Gabriner's first business model was a little odd: he wanted to bake 1,000 loaves of bread, and give them all away. It turned out to be a winning proposition, though, charming friends, neighbors, and strangers into supporting his newly proposed bakery, Sour Flour. In addition to crafting artisanal breads, Danny saw Sour Flour's mission incorporating education, whether it came through teaching people to appreciate good bread with a free loaf or instructing them in the process of baking some of their very own. While he still doesn't operate out of a formal brick and mortar location, Danny shares the fruits of his labor in breadbaskets across the city. He sticks to his philanthropic roots, too, spearheading Bagel Monday at La Victoria Bakery, in which bakers gift fresh, free bagels to all comers. Classes at La Victoria are taught by Sour Flour Breaducator Cat Shimizu, who teaches students how to care for their wild yeast starter, bake rustic loaves, and figure out when a crust is ready to molt.
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    954 West Fulton Street
    Chicago, IL US
  • Kids' Table
    Sometimes finicky eaters can become fascinated by food when they have a hand in making it themselves. The Kids' Table's proprietor Elena Marre discovered this with her own sons when they started helping her prepare meals. Eventually she took this idea and created her own family cooking school geared toward children aged 2–16. During classes, kids prep produce at tot-sized countertops and sinks. They whisk together ingredients with tools calibrated to their little hands as they learn to appreciate varied flavors and textures apart from “plain” and “unslimey.” Parents can get in on the action by working alongside their tots during classes or by signing up to learn how to make baby food, create family meals, or please picky eaters. Burgeoning school-age and teen chefs can also test out their cooking skills during classes and workshops geared toward fulfilling their culinary dreams.
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    2337 W North Ave.
    Chicago, IL US
  • I Wish
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: I Wish Lessons facet_type_id: 255525b0-5f37-1032-98bd-77109bad98bf html_text: I Wish Lessons’ professionally guided classes convene in various venues throughout Chicago, Boston, DC, and Detroit, uniting and educating like-minded learners in vibrant social settings. The company’s hundreds of teachers have educated countless learners while introducing them to new friends and planning private events, including birthday parties and baby showers. Classes broach a multitude of engaging, lighthearted subjects, such as beer and bacon pairing, scotch tasting, cupcake decorating, and sushi rolling.
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    211 East Ontario Street
    Chicago, IL US
  • Pied Piper Parties & Playschool
    Pied Piper Parties & Playschool provides enriching play for children of all ages with active classes and themed events. Using her experience working at a Montessori preschool, Stephanie Williams oversees the youth playschool and camp, while colleague chef Janelle Rinehart leads hands-on cooking classes that introduce nutrition and discuss where dinner comes from and why it can never go back. Youth playschool helps children 5 months–3 years gain social skills with four progressive classes filled with music, art projects, and story time. In cooking classes, youths up to 10 years old prepare sweet and savory treats with supervised use of cooking equipment. Two-hour parties celebrate kids with custom themes ranging from dinosaurs to princesses, and include games, cake, and take-home gift bags.
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    2864 N Lincoln Ave
    Chicago, IL US
  • The Chopping Block
    With the many parking choices near The Chopping Block, finding parking within walking distance is a breeze.
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    4747 N Lincoln Ave
    Chicago, IL US
  • Wooden Spoon
    Within this casual setting, students always perform all the prep work themselves, chopping every onion and carrot that goes into their meals. A lot of the cooking happens in the demonstration kitchen, but some takes place on the patio, where there’s a mosaic-tiled wood burning pizza oven and 40-inch grill.
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    5047 N Clark St
    Chicago, IL US

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