Polish your cooking skills and savor time with friends, family or coworkers in a PCC Cooks custom class for kids or adults. From birthday parties to team-building events, we’ll work with you to create a perfect culinary adventure.
We also offer classes for non-profits at a reduced rate! Contact us for more details.
Classes are held at all store locations with classrooms.
Length of Class
Kids’ classes are 1.5 to 2 hours long, depending on age of children. Adult classes are 2 to 2.5 hours.
Booking must be made at least 3 weeks before the desired date of class. Desired dates and times should be flexible to work around already scheduled classes.
A non-refundable deposit of $100 is due at time of booking (applied towards total custom class cost).
Full payment and final count must be received at least one week before the class date.
All classes are taught by PCC Cooks instructors.
Adult classes are available in demonstration or hands-on format. We offer a wide range of topics to choose from, including technique-based classes, global and seasonal menus and nutrition-oriented classes. Children’s classes provide a hands-on experience in cooking a variety of menus from around the world and more.
Please contact us for a full list of available topics. Vegetarian, vegan, dairy- and gluten-free options are available.
We can accommodate 10 to 16 students for hands-on classes, and 10 to 24 for demonstration classes. Each class has one instructor and two assistants. For kids’ classes, we ask for at least one adult chaperone to accompany the students.
Kids’ classes: $50/person with $500 minimum.
Adult classes: $60/person with $600 minimum.
Food and Beverages
Students will be making and eating all food in class.
Only PCC-purchased food and beverages are allowed in the classroom.
No alcoholic beverages allowed.
Students can choose to make cake, cupcakes or another dessert in class, or purchase a cake from the PCC bakery.
You may decorate the classroom with balloons or signs. Please come 15 minutes early to decorate and stay after to take down and dispose of decorations. (Please, no glitter in the classrooms. No balloons in the Redmond classroom.)