Classes & Events

For guests interested in an immersive culinary experience, we offer a series of classes and events in our private dining space. From cooking demonstrations to regional dinners to wine seminars, our talented Vetri Cucina team and guest chefs are always developing new and exciting courses.

Advance registration is required for all events. New offerings are announced bimonthly via our newsletter and social media channels.

Upcoming Classes

For those interested in learning more about the unparalleled quality of food, wine and service.

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Cooking Demonstration

Whole Grain Bread Baking Class with Claire Kopp-McWilliams

Monday, November 20, 2017  |  6:30PM
$150 Includes hospitality fee and house wine
Limited to 11 guests

Join Vetri’s Head Baker and Miller, Claire Kopp McWilliams, to learn about the fundamentals of bread baking using whole grains and natural leaveners. Claire will lead group discussions on ingredients, equipment, and baking technique, as well as demonstrate several recipes.

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Cooking Demonstration

Mastering Pasta with Chef Marc Vetri

Tuesday, November 28, 2017  |  6:30PM
$300 Includes hospitality fee and house wine
Limited to 12 guests

Join Chef Marc Vetri for an intimate evening at Vetri Cucina showcasing pastas featured in his cook books, Mastering Pasta, Rustic Italian Food, and Il Viaggio di Vetri.

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White Truffle Dinner featuring Krug

Wednesday, December 6, 2017  |  6:30PM
$550 Includes hospitality fee and wine pairing
Limited to 18 guests

Our annual truffle dinner is an event we look forward to all year! Joining us this year is Garth Hodgdon, the national brand ambassador for Krug Champagne.

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Feast of the Seven Fishes

Tuesday, December 19, 2017  |  6:30PM
$285 Includes hospitality fee
Limited to 18 guests
Wine Pairing $150.00

Leave it to the Italians to turn a fast into a feast! Stemming from the Roman Catholic tradition of abstaining from meat consumption on La Vigilia (Christmas Eve), the Feast of the Seven Fishes has evolved into a celebration of food and family.

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Q: What’s the cancellation policy?
A: Tickets are non-refundable. If you are not able to attend this event, someone else may come in your place. Seats cannot be transferred to a different event or class.

Q: What’s included with my registration?
A: Inclusions vary for each event. Please see specific event descriptions for details.

Q: How long are cooking classes and dinners?
A: Cooking classes and dinners last an average of 2.5 to 3 hours. The length of the event also depends on the evening’s topic and group.

Q: Do you contact the waitlist if tickets become available?
A: Absolutely! We always reference the names on the waitlist if tickets open up.

Q: Are cooking classes hands-on?
A: Our cooking classes are primarily chef demonstrations unless stated otherwise in the class description. Your chef/teacher is there to share his expertise with you and answer any questions you have while you watch, learn and eat. Guests are always welcome to interact with the chef and participate in the cooking process during the class.

Q: What should I wear?
A: Vetri Cucina does not have a dress code. Most people wear business casual attire for informal evenings like a cooking class. Others dress up for more formal occasions.

Q: Can guests under 18 years old participate in events?
A: Yes, but they must be accompanied by an adult. When applicable, a non-alcoholic drink will be given to them so they don’t feel left out.

Q: When are events posted?
A: Events are posted every two months. Be the first to know by joining our mailing list. You can also follow us @vetricucina on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter for the latest announcements.

Vetri Cucina matches all guest donations made to the Vetri Community Partnership