Uncorked Kitchen will invite diners to cook what they eat

August 19, 2015

Chef Eric Robbins and his wife, Katie Robbins, are opening Uncorked Kitchen, a combination cooking class and dining experience,  at 8171 South Chester St., Centennial,  scheduled to open to the public in September.

“With Uncorked, we are creating a space where people learn to cook side by side through personal experience and collaboration,” Eric said. “The energy the teamwork will breed – it’s exciting.”

Participants should get ready to roll up their sleeves, get their hands dirty and experience how eating is only half the fun. Guests will practice basic to advanced kitchen skills using the finest and freshest ingredients while expanding their knowledge of the latest food trends.  “The experience here is one part cooking plus one part dining which equals 100 percent fun,” Eric said. “Our programs are social with interactive teamwork, and you will walk away with all the skills to make the recipe at home.”

Coaching combined with a collaborative atmosphere means that from foodies to newbies, Uncorked Kitchen’s innovative concept caters to everyone no matter the level of their culinary chops.  Adults can choose a culinary adventure for some me-time and meet new people, come with friends or reserve a kitchen for a customized private cooking party. Through camps, parties, and after-school classes, kids can experience hands-on, healthy fun with talented instructors. Businesses can host groups of colleagues or clients and cook up some camaraderie and forget about the setup and clean up.

For details and information about the grand opening and to pre-purchase tickets to the first adult events and kids after school classes, visit www.uncorkedkitchen.com.


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