Coming to West Davis: Cooking school

Cooking classes could come this summer to the West Davis space formerly occupied by Bouchon 1314.

Garnish Kitchen is the concept, from Aaron Hubbard, a former instructor for Le Cordon Bleu cooking schools.

Garnish will offer culinary, baking and pastry classes, from basics to advanced techniques, as well as wine-pairing instruction. Its Facebook page says classes would cost $50-$100.

While the core of the business will be culinary lessons, Hubbard told Culture Map that Garnish also will offer sandwiches and wine.

The place is expected to open in August.

By |2017-05-26T09:06:41-05:00May 26th, 2017|News, Restaurants|Comments Off on Coming to West Davis: Cooking school

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