Temporarily Suspending Classes

Updated: Mar 24, 2020

In accordance with Houston guidelines we are canceling all public and private events while "Stay-at-home" ordinances are in place.


At this time, events scheduled for after the current ordinance are still on. If you are currently registered for our summer camps, private parties or other events we are still planning to hold them. It has been and continues to be our practice to offer a very flexible refund policy so if for any reason you will need to cancel or change your reservation please contact us and we will be happy to accommodate you.


Once we reopen for our classes and private parties we will have new formats in place. We have reduced class sizes to increase social distancing in the kitchens and in the dining room, reduced minimum party size and of course will be emphasizing sanitation practices for your safety. We urge all guests to stay home if not feeling well in any way.


Hopefully things will be back to normal and we'll be hosting you soon!

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