As far as cooking classes go, it was pretty lame. They packed the room with about 50 people, the chef was hard to understand to begin with, plus the noise of the restaurant itself made it even harder to see. The lighting was terrible so you could not see what was being made. There is NO hands on work. If you want hands on cooking, go to Sur La Table or to the Boston Center for Adult Education classes which are both great hands on classes. The food was good but too salty for my taste. That being said, I have enjoyed the tapas here in the past and it is a great date night place with awesome atmosphere. The cooking class has something to be desired. It was $29 per person, not including tips and alcohol. I rather had just sat down and had a meal.
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