Stir Boston

Stir 102 Waltham Street
Boston, MA
02118
617.423.STIR (7847)

Hours

mon-sat,
noon-6pm
a demonstration kitchen & cookbook library

NOW RESERVING PRIVATE EVENTS FOR JULY & AUGUST

MARK YOUR CALENDARS: 2014 Class Release Schedule

May 17th for June & July

July 19th for August & September

September 20th for October & November

November 15th for December & January

 

PLEASE NOTE: We do not accept reservations by phone. Please email your reservation request to reservations@stirboston.com. Reservations are not confirmed until you hear from a member of our team. The maximum number of seats a guest can reserve for a public class is 6. If you would like to reserve all 10 seats please consider a private event.

OUR CANCELLATION POLICY: Given that Stir is so special and intimate, we are not able to offer refunds or exchanges to classes that have been reserved. You may send someone in your place if you are not able to make it, however we do require you to call us at least 48 hours in advance with any food allergies or dietary restrictions that may have changed.


Featured Classes

4/12 Chef’s Table Tasting at 7pm $185

At dinner parties it seems that everyone ends up in the kitchen and while in restaurants, curious guests get to look at the action at the coveted Chef’s Table. On this evening, Stir hosts a Chef’s Table tasting menu as an entertaining alternative to a typical night out.  Socialize, sip, and pick up a few cooking tips as you and your tablemates sample an elevated progression of small plates highlighting the local and seasonal produce from Siena Farms South End and accompanied by impeccably paired wines.  A very special dining experience with the warmth of an intimate space and the energy of an open kitchen. The Chef’s Table provides a 5 course meal paired alongside 5 wines.

4/27 Wine Study: Rhône Rangers at 4pm $100

Starting in the 1980s, a group of California winemakers decided to work with Rhône varietals, mainly Syrah, Grenache and Mourvedre and to promote the growth and enjoyment of those varietals in America. Bob Lindquist of Qupé  and a few others became known as the “Rhône Rangers” and the association grew to hundreds of wineries in several states, dedicated to the mission of spreading the knowledge and the grapes of the Rhône, all while expanding their repertoire to include 22 of the region’s grapes. In this wine study we will discuss the Rhône Rangers, terroir and sample the various Rhône varietals growing in the Golden State.

Cheese and wine are served during Afternoon Wine Study.


Jerusalem

Jerusalem

by Yotam Ottolenghi and Sam Tamimi
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