Cheesemaking: Mozzarella + Burrata
PRIVATE CLASS

Description: Mozzarella is on nearly every aspiring home-cheesemaker’s to-do list. Yet, it’s not easy to get it right. In this class, we will not only demystify the mozz, but also get you on the road to making perfect ovalini and bocconcini every time. But wait! There’s more! We’ll use our curds to make everyone’s favorite cheese, burrata. Class fee includes two glasses of wine per person. Private cheesemaking classes run approximately 3 hours including mingling on arrival.

Reserve: At least two weeks in advance. Already booked dates won't appear on the calendar. Please call if you don't see your desired date.

Guest Limit: Up to 20 guests may attend a Cheesemaking class. We will confirm headcount 2 weeks prior to your event.  

Add-ons: Optional add-ons available at checkout. Lunch or dinner (chef's choice), premium wine, and Cheese School souvenirs. Contact us for custom requests! Please note any allergies in the notes section.

Our Rooms
The Curds Room is our
 large, private upstairs space designed to feel like a loving home with expansive Bay views, a grand cherry wood, Heath-tile-trimmed bar, a triple deck pizza oven, plus all the amenities of a restaurant. The Curds Room comes with a $2,000 minimum for this class, plus a $250 venue fee for all evenings and weekends.

The Whey Room is located in our main dining room and may be made private by closing our floor to ceiling doors. Giant exterior windows frame beautiful Bay views. Along the back wall is a soapstone armoire for use as a buffet station, merchandising, or gift table. Up to 12 guests only. The Whey Room comes with a $3,000 minimum for this class, plus a $250 venue fee for Friday and Saturday evenings only.

Location900 North Point Street, SF CA 94109

A 4% SF Health Care Ordinance fee is applied to all of our classes, catering and platter purchases.

Click here to view our Refund Policy

If you do not meet the minimum, you will be charged the difference separately.

 Image courtesy of @FarmCurious

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