This is the night you have been waiting for… join us in celebration pizza and prosecco and watch a Master at work!
Master Istruttore Leo Spizzirri and our pizzaioli will be stretching dough and firing pizzas all evening in our oven room, for this special pizza party dinner.
Bring all of your questions and learn pizza making from the best in the business.What To Expect: Special Event
There will be a pizza demo to kick off the but this is not this is not a class but a dinner party where our Maestro Istrottore and our staff pizzaioli will be demonstrating proper dough handling, stretching techniques, topping and baking while we sip bubbles and enjoy pizza salads and dessert!
Enjoy a night of bubbles and pizza fun!MENU:
ATTENDEES WILL ENJOY
- Wood fired Pizza and Prosecco
- Dessert and salad will be served to round out a full pizza classica dinner
- We also have a beer and wine list if you’d like something other than prosecco
- two glasses of prosecco (all other wines, beers and sodas can be purchased as well)!
- All you can eat pizza, salad and Dessert * GLUTEN FREE AVAILABLE
- 10% off merchandise in our boutique
If you should want to enjoy more, we feature a variety of Italian sustainable wines and local craft beer for purchase.Food Allergies
We will have a variety of toppings available for vegetarians and omnivores even Gluten free!
If you have any dietary restrictions or allergies, that we can work around, please add any info we may need to know about in your order notes at least 1 day in advance. We can not make any substations the day of class. thank you for understanding.Substitutions and Class Format
We reserve the right to substitute ingredients, menus, recipes, chefs and instructors. Unless noted otherwise, all of our classes are hands-on and participatory in style.
Our class size is limited and classes are structured to allow each student the opportunity to work closely with the chef in the preparation of dishes and to observe, up-close, the ingredients, tools and techniques used in the making of all dishes.
The exception to the hands-on format are classes labeled as “Demonstration” or “Demo” or “Lecture”.