New York Cooking Classes and Wine Seminars
Wine Tasting Classes in New York City
Whether you're a beginner interested in learning more about wine or an oenophile looking to delve deeper, New York City has a wide array of wine classes for all.
Japanese Tasting Event
Learn about Chinatown's history and culture while you experience many of Chinatown's best flavors. The tour introduces participants to the history and culture of Chinatown and includes enough food samplings for most people to not need lunch afterward.
Best Classes for Foodies in NYC
Expand your kitchen skills and cooking knowledge at a top-notch cooking class in New York City when you visit.
Best Cheese Classes in NYC
From cheese-making to wine-pairing, these classes highlight some of New York City's best classes for learning more about cheese.
The Brooklyn Kitchen
Located in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, the Brooklyn Kitchen offers cooking classes for home cooks, whether you want to learn basic knife skills or how to butcher a pig.
CamaJe Cooking Classes
CamaJe's cooking classes offer participants an opportunity for hands-on experience in a real, working restaurant kitchen. Topics range from sushi and shopping for fish to Thanksgiving and hors d'oeuvre preparation. Classes are $75 each, or bring a friend for $125. They also offer series classes in kitchen confidence, wine tasting and more. Classes located in Greenwich Village.
Cooking By The Book
TriBeCa cooking school offering private cooking classes and wine tastings for groups of 12 or more. Their offerings are appropriate for both corporate clients looking for "team building" opportunities, as well as for private groups looking to celebrate birthdays, baby showers, etc.
Cooking With Miette
Classes in this Greenwich Village kitchen are taught by Head Chef Paul Vanderwoude or a special guest. Classes range from typical French and Italian to Indian and Thai foods. Most classes are $80 per person and you should BYOB.
De Gustibus Cooking School at Macy's
Located in Herald Square, classes range from demonstrations by famous chefs (including Mario Batalli and Jean-Francois Bruel) to hands-on knife skills classes. They also offer classes on-location at restaurants including Ilo and Park Avenue Cafe.
Home Cooking New York
Home Cooking New York offers private cooking classes in students' home kitchens and hands-on public classes in their kitchen classroom in Chelsea. Classes range from the basics (How to Cook Fish, Six Basic Cooking Techniques) to cuisine-focused favorites (Introduction to Indian, French Bistro, Northern Italian). A full sit-down dinner follows each class.
Institute of Culinary Education
The Institute of Culinary Education is one of the preeminant institutions of culinary excellence in New York City and they offer an array of recreational classes as well. Classes range from basic to ecclectic and they even have walking tours and opportunities at famous restaurant kitchens and with famous chefs.
International Culinary Center
Founded as the French Culinary Institute, the International Culinary Center offers cooking and wine classes for aspiring professionals as well as serious amateurs.
Natural Gourmet Institute
For folks interested in healthy foods, the Natural Gourmet Institute offers programs for both the public and chefs looking to incorporate healthy cooking into their repertoire.