I lovely causal eatery for a quick lunch prepared with attention to detail. Lovely soups, gourmet sandwiches and flavorful soups. The Neal's never disappoint. Their inhouse pork jerky is too die for, great for hiking trips!
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The lunch menu is varied and everthing everyone chose was delicious.The service was excellent with very polite and efficient wait staff. They also have a very lovely array of cooking items, utensils and food, available for purchase as well as the Dirty Apron Cookbook. You...More
We went for the vegetarian cooking class. My husband and I cook a lot so we already knew some of the techniques. But we were remarking that there were people there who don't really cook so the tips were good for them and good for...More
We did the "Creme de la Creme" class. The chef was great. I learned some new techniques and recipes and had a great evening!
The Demo and Dine evening is really fun. Started with a glass of sparkling wine and wine is served with each course. Chef Takashi (TK) prepares the meal and gives entertaining and interesting tips on each course and dish, then you get to eat it!...More
Our kids have treated us to the Dirty Apron twice, and it's never a disappointment. Upon arrival, the (maximum 22) students sit and chat over a glass of champagne and foccacia bread. Next, we move to the classroom and watch the teacher make the first...More
The teacher David made the evening fun! The food was delicious and I learned lots of tricks to try at home. I love to cook and enjoyed watching someone else cook and then trying the dishes. There were 7 couples for the event. Wine was...More
We've all done cooking classes, but what happens at Dirty Apron is exceptional. From demonstrations to hands-on cooking, it was well-organized and super fun. Great equipment, varied courses, printed recipes to take home. Went with family friends...would do it again!
This place is a gem, if you are in the area drop in and check out the food. I had sandwich (fish) and a couple of their amazing salads.