It’s been a few years since Whole Foods shuttered its culinary center downtown, but it wasn’t long before the Sustainable Food Center and Patricia’s Table opened their culinary classrooms. Central Market and Faraday’s Kitchen Store have long offered cooking classes, and now there is another option if you want to learn how to make homemade pasta or decorate Christmas cookies.
Earlier this year, Sur La Table at the Domain Northside opened a cooking classroom, where instructors are now teaching daily classes about everything from tamales and homemade pasta to holiday desserts and New Orleans cooking. (This is a new location, in addition to the older location in the original part of the Domain.)
The space holds about 20 students, or slightly fewer for the hands-on classes, and they have classes scheduled through the end of March. Most of the classes are taught by their in-house instructors, but they bring in some cookbook authors and outside teachers. During winter break, they’ll be hosting several five-day kids’ cooking camps that cost $250, but most of the classes are in the $49-$79 range. You can browse and sign up for the classes at surlatable.com, or by calling 512-873-7179 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Editor’s note: This post has been corrected to specify the location of this Sur La Table at Domain Northside.