7 places to take cooking classes in Fort Worth

Sign up for a hands-on cooking class that is perfect for date night, girls’ night out, families, and team building.


Take a cooking class at Indulge inside 3rd Street Market.

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Looking for a unique way to spend some quality time with your partner or friend? Let us recommend some hands-on cooking classes.

Whether you want to learn some new kitchen skills or fuel your inner Bobby Flay, here are seven places to turn up the heat around town.

Indulge, 425 W. 3rd St.
Located inside the sourdough bakery 3rd Street Market, the space holds weekly afternoon tea time, cooking classes for all levels, and private events. Upcoming classes include pie making, cookbook club, and homemade cinnamon rolls.

The Cookery, 710 S. Main St.
Get hands-on with an interactive class focusing on international, regional, and seasonal cuisine. Classes include brunch, dessert, pasta making, and cocktails using locally sourced ingredients.

Young Chefs Academy, 6333 Camp Bowie Blvd.
Kids (ages 3-18) will learn valuable kitchen skills in monthly-themed classes, camps, and parties with recipes created exclusively by the academy’s certified chefs.

Hao’s Grocery & Cafe, 120 St. Louis Ave.
Chefs of all levels can take a variety of classes with a focus on international cuisines and seasonal ingredients. Grab a friend for the monthly cookbook club, workshops, and dinners.

Backyard Pitmasters, Various locations
Learn how to smoke brisket like the pros in a three-hour class teaching meat trimming, wood selection, heat management + barbecue rubs. The next Cowtown series will be held on Saturday, Dec. 9 at Rahr & Sons Brewing.

Central Market, 4651 W. Freeway
Learn the basics of seafood, fresh pasta, and classic desserts with classes offered multiple times a week. Try the recipes at home and pick up some fresh ingredients before you leave.

Sur La Table, 1151 E. Southlake Blvd.
Have a date night at home with an online cooking class or get hands-on making sushi, cooking with wine, and perfecting the cast iron skillet method. Make it a family affair and bring your little ones to explore the Kids’ Kitchen.

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