Going out to eat tapas is such a big part of the Spanish culture that there is even a verb for it, tapear which means “to eat tapas.” Tapas are simply a part of life in Spain. Though they’re considered to be Spain’s version of appetizers, tapas are eaten any time—day or night. Put a few of these little dishes together and they can make a meal on their own. Join one of our chefs and learn how to make some of these wonderful small plates.
Our hands on cooking classes are set in a large communal teaching kitchen, which is similar to a home kitchen, just bigger! You will learn shoulder to shoulder from the instructor along with the other guests. After you learn to make the meal, everyone will sit together and enjoy the meal family style. In all of our classes, other than Knife Skills, you are welcome to bring your own beverages.
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