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Food & Wine with Preston Clark

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Location: Midtown
151 West 34th Street 8th Fl, Macy's Herald Square
(At 7th Avenue)
New York, New York 10001
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Class Information

  • Class Level: All levels
  • Age Requirements: 21 and older
  • Average Class Size: 40

What you'll learn in this international cooking class:

Preston debuts at De Gustibus with his approachable Belgian gastropub fare, dazzling us with his meat-centric menu, paired with wonderful California wine varietals that is as delicious as it is tempting.

This culinary demonstration by an international celebrity chef providers you the unique pleasure and opportunity to:

Meet and Learn from World-Class Chefs
  • Gain access to legendary chefs and rising stars
  • Be touched by their insights and personal stories in an intimate and interactive setting
Eat Delicious Food
  • Observe techniques and follow recipes of cutting-edge chefs as they prepare a divine menu
  • Smell and savor their culinary creations served to you
Drink Exquisite Wines
  • Discover a delightful array of wines selected by the Kobrand Corporation
  • Hear what wine experts are touting as the next best wines from around the world

Please note that this is a fantastic culinary demonstration & learning experience, rather than a hands-on cooking class.

Refund & Cancellation Policy

Please be advised that we ask for 48 hour notice should you need to cancel your class. A credit towards a future class, based on availability, will be applicable only within the present season. No Refunds, Only Class Credit. Should you cancel less than 48 hours, no credits will be issued.

Teacher: Preston Clark

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Preston Clark, executive chef at Resto and The Cannibal, honed his craft with Jean-Georges Vongerichten and Charlie Trotter, and most recently as executive chef at El Paseo in California under Tyler Florence.

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De Gustibus Cooking School
151 West 34th Street
8th Fl, Macy's Herald Square
At 7th Avenue
New York, New York 10001

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School: De Gustibus Cooking School

De Gustibus was founded in 1980 by Arlene Feltman Sailhac and is now owned and run by Salvatore Rizzo, former Director of House Operations and Events at the James Beard Foundation.

The mission of the school is:
“To continue the tradition of serving the culinary community by showcasing the talents of...

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Reviews of Classes at De Gustibus Cooking School

(7 Reviews)

Attended: Wine and Cheese Pairings

Anonymous gave this class 5 out of 5 CourseHorse stars.

Attended: Wine and Cheese Pairings

Anonymous gave this class 5 out of 5 CourseHorse stars.

Attended: Wine and Cheese Pairings

Anonymous gave this class 5 out of 5 CourseHorse stars.

Attended: Wine and Cheese Pairings

We loved the class, so informative & fun.

Attended: Seafood Meal & Cake Mixing w/ Hung Huynh & Thiago Silva

Great experience. The food alone was worth it and the host, who I believe is also the manager, did a great job asking questions to the chefs and keeping us engaged. The wine was plentiful although I didn't enjoy it all that much, other than the introductory champagne. Navigating Macys and that general part of town is hellish as always but I knew that coming to the class.

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