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The Best Cooking Classes in Chicago to Take

Sally Lunn Sweet Bread with homemade honey butter
Sally Lunn Sweet Bread with homemade honey butter | Courtesy of The Wooden Spoon
For every great cook in this world, there is one that needs some work. Although Chicago is a fantastic foodie town, not everyone can stop in for deep dish every day. To become the next Stephanie Izard, or to simply cook an edible family meal, here are some of the best classes to take in Chicago.

The Chopping Block

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Learn to roll your own sushi in class at The Chopping Block. | © EHRENBERG Kommunikation / WikiCommons
With multiple locations around the city, this is a solid option for beginner to intermediate cooks looking to up their game. One of the most popular classes at The Chopping Blocktakes place in Merchandise Mart, a hub of Chicago people and culture. Enjoy cooking exceptional meals while you people watch and take fashion notes on the passersby.
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Accessibility & Audience:

Kid Friendly
Mon - Fri:
10:30 am - 9:30 pm
Sat:
9:30 am - 9:30 pm
Sun:
10:30 am - 3:00 pm

The Wooden Spoon

School
Sally Lunn Sweet Bread with homemade honey butter
Sally Lunn Sweet Bread with homemade honey butter | Courtesy of The Wooden Spoon
If having the entire city of Chicago watch you learn to cook at The Chopping Block doesn’t sound all that appealing, fear not! The Wooden Spoonis the cozy cookery made for those interested in refining their skills in a more private environment. The adorable venue hosts theme nights, as well, such as Paris Bistro and Couple’s Cooking with Comedy.
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Cooking Fools

This class is for those who have a complete love affair with food. Cooking Fools curates classes for 10-32 people who are invested in what they are cooking. The dishes are a bit more bespoke and complicated, but at the end of the day, good pasta is good pasta no matter how you learn to make it!

Cooking Fools, 1916 W. North Ave., Chicago, IL, USA, +1 773 276 9377

Pasta | Courtesy of Cooking Fools

Naveen’s Cuisine

Naveen’s Cuisine classes get five stars on rating websites, so they are officially incredible. Not only do they do everything possible to make the classes accessible to everyone, they also make them fun and exciting. No pressure here—except the pressure cooker! The food always looks amazing, and everyone leaves feeling like they might beat Bobby Flay in a showdown.

Naveen’s Cuisine, 2325 W. North Ave., Chicago, IL, USA, +1 773 230 9320

Lobster | Courtesy of Naveen’s Cuisine

Give Me Some Sugar

If Cupcake Wars is your favorite show, then book yourself a class at Give Me Some Sugar. One of the best parts is that it is designed for a variety of ages and to bring out the kid in everyone. They also have baking camps for those who have every “How to Cake It” video saved on YouTube. This place is straight up sugary goodness. The most trouble you’ll have in class is not licking the spoon!