Some more details about The Brooklyn Kitchen‘s new cooking school, whose upcoming opening was reported by Brooklyn Based: According to Sarah, a Brooklyn Kitchen floor manager, the school, located at 100 Frost Street in Williamsburg, doesn’t yet have a firm opening date. “We’re still working out carpets and walls,” she tells Fork in the Road. “We’re shooting for late fall.” The school will be for home chefs, not would-be professionals, she adds, and classes will be the same ones already offered at the store: think ice cream making with Ben Van Leeuwen, butchery with Tom Mylan, and pickling and canning with Bob McClure.
The store is also planning to pair classes and dining events and expand its class times, and is hoping to offer cooking classes for kids. In the meantime, the new space will be open tomorrow for a Japanese knife and sharpening demonstration featuring a master craftsman from Japan and a sushi chef from Blue Ribbon.