My husband and son are true foodies.
On weekends, when my husband is off they watch Food Network shows like Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives and Man vs. Food on the Travel Channel.
So when we got the chance to take pizza making classes at the Buckhead Pizza Company I knew he’d be excited. I’m trying to get better about Instagram so I took several photos of our experience.
Here’s A.J. preparing to roll his pizza dough at our table:
Forgive me, we started eating it before I took the photo:
Pizza Making Party FAQ’s
Where can take the classes? Are they for kids or adults?
All three Buckhead Pizza Company locations (Buckhead, Cumming and Cobb Galleria) offer the pizza making classes. Just call to reserve it.
Adults and kids can take the pizza making classes. Reserve the classes for a date night, girls night out or as a school fundraiser.
The three-course pizza making experience I took, The Maestro, includes three wine tastings for $35 per adult. The Allegro is also available for $25 per person without wine.
Children can take the class for as little as $5 per child on Kids’ Night Tuesdays.
Can they accommodate dietary restrictions?
Yes, non-dairy and gluten-free pizza options are available.
Would I go back for a pizza making class?
I could see myself going back to do this for Girls Night Out or an adult birthday party. Some of the moms I attended with were considering it as a Date Night event for their mommy group.
Disclosure: We attended a complimentary pizza making class at Buckhead Pizza Company.
No other compensation was received. All opinions are my own.
What a fun GNO that would be! And I’m right there with ya, I like pizza and all, but I love my wine more! I didn’t even know they offered classes like this, thank you so much for sharing!
Sounds like you all had a fun and great experience.
Sounds like a great time. The pepperoni looks yummy. My favorite.