Improve your skills and learn to cook, bake, make cocktails with some of the best chefs and teachers in town. Cooking classes for all ages and skill levels are available throughout the city. This is a great opportunity to sharpen or start your cooking skills. They’re fun family outings, date nights, one-on-one learning experiences, a day out with friends, or just a reason to try something new.

Here’s where to go in and around town. Make sure to regularly check the links to see what updated classes are added.


1307 N. Rock Road, Wichita, KS 67206
Culinary workshops for adults | Youth courses

MarkArts offers cooking classes for adults covering all types of cuisine. They have workshops for making crème brûlée, Caribbean food, cookies, soups, Cornish chicken, pancakes and more. We took one of their lobster courses a few years ago and loved it.

They also have tips for kids where students will develop their culinary skills in weekly classes that focus on preparing, baking, and showcasing recipes made from scratch.

Wichita Parks and Recreation

334 N Mead, Wichita, KS 67202

The city offers classes on what sounds like hundreds of topics, including cooking classes. It’s one of the more affordable options in town and helps people bake pastries, snacks, and more for all ages.

Cake Stuff

8909 W Central Ave, Wichita, KS 67212

One of Wichita’s must-see places for any baker, Cake Stuff offers classes for all ages that can walk you through many desserts, including how to decorate them properly. They have classes for children and even adults. Check back to see when the courses are offered and if they are full you can browse all of their courses. online tutorials.

Derby Recreation – Hubbard Arts Center

801 E. Market Street, Derby, KS 67037

Take a cooking class at the Hubbard Arts Center in a state-of-the-art commercial-grade kitchen. Each class is designed around specific food types in the Culture, Baking, Treats, Quick & Easy, Vacation, and Basic Cooking categories.

In these courses, you will be given step-by-step instructions as you progress through the recipe, following up with the instructor to create a hands-on approach.

Offer nutritional education and have fun in the kitchen!

The kitchen

6540 E Central Ave, Wichita, KS 67206

Classes are taught by Chef Natasha, a graduate of the French Culinary Institute in New York, who spent 14 years creating a culinary program for Williams-Sonoma stores around the world. She is the owner of the Guy’s Grocery Games downtown restaurant, The Kitchen. You will leave with excellent culinary information, detailed recipes and a full stomach! Course cost: $ 45 per person, includes demonstrations, recipes and a generous class tasting. We’ve taken their slow cooker class before and learned a lot.

Alto’s pantry

156 N Cleveland, Wichita, KS 67214

If you are looking to make fresh pasta, there is no better place to go than Viola’s Pantry. Their cooking classes are great for all skill levels. Each class is hands-on and includes a family meal at the end, so come hungry.

Adriene rathbun

156 N Cleveland, Wichita, KS 67214

Welcome to Social – fun, informative, and demonstration home cooking classes! Classes will take place at Adriene Rathbun’s residence. To book, send an SMS to: 316.990.4493.



Whether you’re young or old, it’s always a good time to learn to eat healthier. At the Greater Wichita YMCA, they teach kids to navigate a kitchen and make healthy food choices in a fun, hands-on setting. They also have classes for parents that show them how their families can eat better, even on a limited budget.

The Golden Biscuit

1328 E Douglas Ave, Wichita, Kansas 67214

If you are looking to bake cookies, either for yourself or your family, this is one of the places to check out.

Everything for the barbecue

818 W Douglas Ave, Wichita, KS 67203

Who wants to learn from chef Tom Jackson? Learn how to make the most of your outdoor cooking experience with All Things Barbecue! Their state-of-the-art kitchen at Delano offers courses designed to teach you how to harness the versatility of fire cooking, no matter what grill you own. Their classes are aimed at everyone from beginner grills to show masters to foodies, with a wide range of topics that use simple grilling and smoking techniques as well as more advanced cooking skills. The best part is you can eat while you learn!

Young Chefs

7230 E 29th St. N., Wichita, Kansas 67226

They offer cooking classes for elementary-aged children in a safe and fun environment that encourages discovery, creativity, and trying new foods. While learning food preparation skills is the primary focus, each class also incorporates cooking safety, cooking terms and language, etiquette, table set-up, menu planning and fun food-related games or crafts.

Exploration place

300 N. McLean Blvd Wichita, Kansas 67203
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The science museum is looking to expand its offer. They recently had a mixology class that we attended that was so much fun. I’ve heard it could very well come back this spring.

that of Luciano

216 Main Street W, Mulvane, KS 67110
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They currently have courses available on our Youtube channel where you can safely discover how to prepare classic dishes from home for free. There are also lessons that deal with pasta and other ideas on Italian cooking.

Luciano will again offer private and semi-private cooking classes once they get the go-ahead. The cost is $ 200 per person with a maximum of 4 people. Classes last 2-3 hours depending on the elements chosen. The number of dishes prepared depends on the preparation times and the difficulty of the items selected. The details, including the planning, are worked out directly with Luciano.

Steakhouse 6S

6200 W 21. ST N, Wichita, KS 67205
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It had been a long time since they had offered a cooking class, but when they did, it was all about the food.

And then if you want to take it to the next level and go all out and get into a culinary arts program….

WSU technology

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The Culinary Arts program will prepare individuals with little or no industry experience for entry level and secondary food service positions with the potential for accelerated promotion. The program covers a diverse menu of options, from artisan breads and pastries to global cooking classes, and emphasizes maximizing laboratory contact hours and providing a real-world experience in an urban setting. in the context of innovation, sustainability and accessibility.

The Culinary Arts program emphasizes the importance of hands-on learning with over 1,000 hours in the kitchen, graduates of the program will enjoy a higher level of cooking experience than graduates of other similar programs in the region.

Students will develop the skills to assist with menu planning and product development which in turn will aid them in their professional advancement beyond entry level positions. Drawing on the model established by the nation’s leading culinary schools, the student experience will include a café, restaurant, banquets, events and commercial food production – much of which will be accessible to the public.

Butler County Community College

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BRING YOUR PASSION… Butler Culinary Arts student preparing food during culinary school near Wichita, Kansas… and get excited as you learn the history and fundamental techniques of professional cooking. At Butler’s nationally renowned program, you’ll learn how to analyze ingredients and decide on corresponding techniques to maximize flavor and nutritional value. Learn how to prepare broths, mother sauces, butcher, classic French pastries, cake decorating, confectionery and much more. Through Butler’s detailed and carefully assembled culinary program, you will learn the science of cooking, heat transfer methods, cooking techniques, knife skills, and how to assess kitchen equipment. Whether you choose our nine-month certificate or our two-year diploma, you will be equipped to step into any kitchen in the world with the confidence that you have the proper skills to succeed.

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