The Kids' Table Coupons and Deals
Cooking lessons give kids survival skills for today's fast-paced world, and also tomorrow's faster-paced world ruled by sentient vegetables. Help your child stockpile culinary moves with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $12 for one kids' cooking class (a $25 value) $24 for two kids' cooking classes (a $50 value) Students aged 2–16 can choose from any one-hour TotsCanCook, KidsCanCook, or TeensCanCook class on the schedule. Parents must participate during TotsCanCook classes.
The Fine Print
New customers only. Limit 2 offers per person; 2 additional as gifts. Limit 2 offers per visit. Valid for 1 Tots Can Cook class (1 hour, ages 2-3; parent or caregiver participation required), or 1 Kids Can Cook class (1 hour, ages 4-6 or ages 7-10) only. Registration required; subject to availability. 48-hour cancellation notification required, or you may forfeit the promotional value of your offer.
It’s back to school time, and that means you’ll be tasked with packing a lunch that’s healthy and still the envy of the cafeteria. Impossible? Not with the help of The Kids’ Table. This Wicker Park kitchen is vegetarian, nut-free, and is frequently able to accommodate other allergies and dietary restrictions if you ask ahead. Give your 4 to 10-year-olds the chef’s hat in the 60-minute Kids Can Cook class, where they’ll chop, mince, roll, grate, mash, and measure their way to a tasty dish. Even your youngest will be challenged in Tots Can Cook, an hour-long tutorial where they’ll create a culinary masterpiece. It’s informative, entertaining, and best of all; soon enough, your progeny just may be packing your lunch.
During holidays, the best part about sitting at the kids' table is not having to listen to the grownups gab about politics. The worst part? Not getting to pick the dishes. Luckily, today's deal from The Kids' Table in Wicker Park gets kids involved in the kitchen in a fun-filled way. Pay $20, and your son or daughter age 4 or older will get a Kids' Night Out! cooking class (a $40 value). This three-hour class, held on weekend nights, helps kids roll, chop, and mix their way to a delicious meal while learning recipes and kitchen tricks. After eating and cleaning up the kitchen, kids spend the last hour with a fun activity, ranging from a dance party and yoga to food-themed art. For kids age 2 and older who want to learn with Mom or Dad, pay $25 for a 90-minute Family Cooking Class for $25 (regularly $50). This weekend class offers fun and full bellies for both parent and child as kids learn new recipes and how to add fun to meal planning. Next time the holidays roll around, your kids will be bragging to the rest of their table all about their newfound chef skills. Want more? Check out The Kids' Table on Facebook.