Private Cooking Classes

Private Culinary Classes/Team-Building Activities

In conjunction with local industry partners, Boston Foodie Tours is pleased to offer private, on-site culinary classes that are suitable for team-building activities and for special occasions, or are simply a way for family and friends to spend quality time together. Prices vary depending on number of participants. Two – three weeks’ notice preferred.

Contact or (617) 461-5772 to arrange.



A tour AND a cooking class!

Description: Join us for a behind-the-scenes tour of the Boston Public Market, where we’ll meet with several of the local vendors, hear their stories, and enjoy tastings. Before departing the Market, we’ll shop for farm-fresh ingredients, which we’ll bring to Christopher Kimball’s new Milk Street cooking school, where we’ll participate in a one-hour cooking class. The cooking class will include one hands-on recipe, and one small demonstration recipe. Christopher’s team promises a fun and interactive hour ending in a “really” delicious plate of food. 

Where: Boston Public Market and Milk Street Kitchen (Founded by Christopher Kimball, formerly of American Test Kitchen)

Availability: Weekday evenings and weekend days.

Class size: Minimum 8 guests; maximum 20 (additional charge if group doesn’t meet minimum requirement.)




Description: Includes chef and instruction. The three pastas that you will prepare range from ravioli, fettucine, tortellini, and other varieties. Types of pasta are dependent upon the guest chef that is teaching the class.

Additional options: Hands-on pasta-making, including a scavenger hunt and/or 3-course meal.

Where: North End (Little Italy) restaurant

Class size: Minimum of 15; additional charge for less.

Schedule: Classes can be scheduled from 9:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. with two weeks’ notice, contingent upon availability.

Availability: Cooking classes available SundaySaturday. Those that include scavenger hunt are available TuesdaySaturday only.



In keeping with our award-winning partnership objective, Boston Foodie Tours’chocolate-making classes are led by one of the country’s “10 Best Chocolatiers”. Btw … Food and Wine magazine thinks that she’s pretty great, too.

Where: Cambridge-area studio

Availability: Weekdays from mid-May and September.

Class size: Maximum of 10 guests; additional cost if less than minimum requirement.

Duration: 2-4 hours, depending on class.

Classes tailored to client’s interests: chocolate, caramel, bars, toffee, etc.

Takeaway: Large box of chocolates



Instructor: Led by a French-trained local chocolatier featured in The Boston Globe and Edible Boston.


Part 1: Introduction, Overview, and Tasting of Fine Chocolate (Bean-to-Bar)

Overview and Tasting of Fine Chocolate

Part 2: Chocolate with Savory (optional)

Sweet and Savory

Part 3: Dessert

Chocolate and Wine (optional)

Where: At your workplace within or surrounding the Boston area.

Cost: $65.00 and up per person. Alcohol additional. Price varies depending upon chosen option.

Class size: Minimum 10 guests; maximum 20  Additional cost if less than minimum requirement.

Schedule: Available year-round.

Duration: Generally, 1 – 1/2 hours, depending upon option chosen. Will require set-up and clean-up time as well.



Instructor: Led by a French-trained local chocolatier featured in The Boston Globe and Edible Boston.

Description: Introductory chocolate-making, Making molded chocolates, Truffles and Mendients (piped circles of chocolates decorated with a variety of toppings.

Where: Private home accessible by Green Line.

Cost: Varies depending upon chosen option.

Class size: Maximum of 10; additional cost if less than minimum requirement.

Schedule: September – May. Preferably weekdays between 2:00 p.m.- 5:00 p.m.

Duration: 1-2 hours, depending upon chosen option.

Takeaway: Box of chocolates


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