We took a cooking class here and it turned out to be a very poor value, altho we did learn some things about authentic Italian food. After the class, we were sort of 'forced' to stay for lunch in order to sample the limoncello that we made in our class! The gnocchi was below average and the three (3), that's right THREE ravioli caprese was tasteless. If this is considered good Italian cuisine, then these two Italian-Americans will continue to cook wonderful Italian food in our homes for far less money.
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