Who doesn’t fantasize about whipping up a gourmet meal? If our food walks weren’t great enough, Stretchy Pants currently offers cooking classes as well.
Our cooking classes:
- Cater to a wide range of dietary options (Veg-head? We’ve got you covered!)
- Are taught by specialty chefs with a passion for food
- Accommodate people of all culinary skill levels
Check out our cooking class section to see what unique culinary experiences we have in San Francisco.
WHY CHOOSE STRETCHY PANTS?
WE KEEP IT SMALL
Our food events have no more than 12 budding foodies.
WE ALL HAVE NEEDS
If you want something special, don’t worry. We’ll whip it up.
WE MAKE IT FUN
Let loose (literally) in your favorite stretchy pants.
MAKE IT A CORPORATE EVENT
If you are looking for your next knock out office party, look no further. We love office parties! We can make any of our food walks private and any of our cooking classes mobile and private. If you don't see an experience you love, don't fret, we can create a custom corporate event to fit the needs of you and your employees. Just fill out the form and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
Sign Up for a Cooking Class Today!
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Really delightful tour! I did the Pizza tour a few months ago and started out a bit dubious.
As a local to SF, I had been skeptical about the pizza options in the city for a long time, and this tour showed just how much excellent pizza there is around. Also adding in a bunch of SF history I hadn't heard before made this a fun, delicious, and educational affair!Mark E.12/12/2018
Best tour ever! I love going on food tours when I’m traveling because it is such a great way to see a city. This one was by far the best - I learned so much about the history of San Francisco and ate some great food! Win-win. Highly recommend.Caitlin S.12/22/2018
Even though I was the only one in the tour, I had a great time. Kara was very personable and I think we got along really well. It was like seeing a long time friend while catching up over yummy treats. Got to see Alamo Square and Hayes Valley. Tried French toast, sample numerous and unique ice cream flavors in addition to having my own cup, plus cupcake and chocolates. After the tour Kara gave me recommendations on restaurants in the districts I was gonna go later. And I ended up going to one of the places she gave me. It was a sweet adventure that I highly recommend.Vi12/01/2018
My brother and I really enjoyed taking the tour with Kara. The spots she took us to were very nice and interesting. We tried very delicious sweets, and we learnt a lot about San Francisco history and we also learnt a lot about food. Kara is a lovely person and her passion for food is very contagious.Yazmin8/21/2018