Commonly Asked Questions
How does Spooning work?
How do the classes work?
Classes are a mix of instructor-led demonstration and hands-on participation.
Each class is limited to
12 fully-vaccinated Spooners working in groups.
The class includes food preparation, tastings, packaging for at-home enjoyment and clean-up.
This is a cooking experience, not a dining experience.
Who should attend?
Anyone who wants to have fun in a socially-engaging environment. The classes are intended for those
16 - 99 years old.
Spooners should be comfortable standing for up to 3 hours.
Fully vaccinated participants keep us all safe!
Masks are required!
Is it safe?
be fully vaccinated.
Masks are required upon arrival and through class duration.
If not reserving the entire station, Spooners should be comfortable in a shared station of up to four participants.
How much is it?
Costs vary depending on the class.
Please visit the
Find A Class
page to see current classes
offered and the cost
Where is it?
Classes are held at
in a professional kitchen in the
National Harbor, MD.
The location is disclosed upon
It's a pop-up!
What should I wear?
Please wear comfortable, closed-toe, flat-soled shoes suitable for standing up to 3 hours. Skid-proof
bottoms are recommended.
Long pants and a short sleeve shirt or a shirt with sleeves than can be rolled-up would be ideal. Aprons are provided but splattering happens!
Bling is beautiful but best left at home as we are a hands-on kitchen!