Stop Ordering Out And Learn To Make Your Own Dinner At This Cooking Class & Party

Charli Renken Charli Renken

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These BYOB cooking parties are a perfect start to learning how to cook.

If Postmates is your not-so-secret mistress and eating out cut majorly cuts into your budget, you might benefit from a cooking class or two. Maybe you already know how to cook but you want to polish your skills in the kitchen. If any of these are the case, you have to check out Get In the Kitchen’s cooking parties!

Get In the Kitchen is the “party school” of cooking classes. Located in Boystown, the award-winning cooking school serves up a whole new style of culinary education. Get In the Kitchen offers a variety of BYOB cooking classes and private parties that teach you replicable home-cooking in a social environment.


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Culinary masters will teach you how to make a number of delicious small plates that are easily transferrable to your own kitchen. No matter your cooking ability, these hands-on classes are a deliciously fun way to learn a new skill. Say goodbye to delivery fees!

Get in the Kitchen offers a variety of cooking classes and supper parties. If you love Mexican food, you should give the Tamales & Margaritas class a try. Want to blend your own spices? They’ve got a class for that too! We highly recommend the interactive brunch where you’ll learn how to make delicious (yet intimidating) eggs benedict. There’s also a Hawaiian fusion class if the chilly Chicago weather has you in the dumps.

Break up with Postmates. It’s time. Reserve your spot at to these cooking parties now!

You must be 21+ with a valid ID to attend. Please drink responsibly during this hands-on cooking event.

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