Roundup: San Francisco Cooking Schools

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Want to learn better knife skills? How to cook Thai? Or just have something fun and different to do after work or for a party? Consider a cooking class or cooking party. In this post, we’ll list some cooking schools in San Francisco.

If we’ve missed a favorite of yours in this list, please let us know!

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Kids Culinary Adventures – for kids
951-5 Old County Road
Belmont, CA 94002
(650) 440-0241

Tante Marie’s Cooking School – focuses on home cooking. One-day and weekend seminars available.
271 Francisco St
San Francisco, CA 94133-2010
Phone: (415) 788-6699

Two – fine dining restaurant that shows you how to make the dishes they prepare.
22 Hawthorne St
San Francisco, CA 94105
Phone: (415) 777-9779

Sur La Table – the kitchen supply store offers a variety of classes and seminars.
77 Maiden Ln
San Francisco, CA 94108
Phone: (415) 732-7900

Apron Strings – cooking classes for kids and adults
1187 Franklin St
San Francisco, CA 94109
Phone: (415) 550-7976

San Francisco Baking Institute – learn to bake!
480 Grandview Dr
S San Francisco, CA 94080
(650) 589-5784

Kasma’s Classes – Thai cooking in Oakland home kitchen

Cooking with Rosetta – learn Southern Italian/Sicilian cooking in Emeryville.

Emily Dellas – teaches classes in her spacious home kitchen near Giants Stadium.

The Cheese School of SF – all about cheese!

The Wok Shop classes – learn how to cook Chinese in the heart of Chinatown.

Avedano’s – this butcher in Bernal Hill offers classes in butchering. Useful if you like to buy large animal parts and want to learn how to properly cut them. They offer “Butchery for Kids” classes too!

Cook Club Parties – make your next party or event a cooking one!

Alive! Raw Food Classes – learn how to prepare Raw.

The Beverage Academy – Bourbon & Branch hosts classes that teach the fine art of mixology. Sample absinthe and learn to taste single malt scotch & bourbon and learn to craft classic cocktails.

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