Team Building Activity - Gourmet Italian Pizza

Experience the hearty flavors of Italy and learn how to make pizza in this hands-on class.

You and your team will enjoy making pizza and an Italian appetizer and dessert in this interactive cooking class with Chef Jordan. It will be a team building experience full of flavor and fun!

First, you will pull together a classic Italian salad featuring homemade vinaigrette dressing. Then, you'll dive into pizza making and craft your own Margherita pizza with tomatoes, basil, handmade marinara and fresh mozzarella cheese. For dessert, you will make and enjoy a triple berry cobbler. Many ingredients used in this class are organic, non-GMO and local.

Guests are welcome to bring wine and beer to enjoy during the class.

  • Minimum Guests 15
  • Maximum Guests 25
  • Meal Courses 3
  • Event Duration 2.5 hours
  • Labels Corporate, Gourmet, Group, Italian, Pizza Making

Cozymeal guest reviews for other experiences with Chef Jordan W.

Samantha A.


27 Mar 2023

Great class with tasty food! Chef Jordan is very knowledgable and friendly. The class is in his home, which was welcoming and inviting. Just a word of advice: Definitely take the larger of your vehicles as he is up in the mountains (beautiful area). But all in all, would recommend!

Lucy P.


23 Mar 2023

Despite the glowing reviews, our night with Chef Jordan was a little disappointing. We weren’t offered any crudités with hummus as shown in the menu, and we’d have been a lot happier if we’d been able to help more with the cooking. He showed us how to chop the vegetables and then left us to do it rather than correct our errors, and we helped with the pasta machine, but we weren’t involved at all in the desert, which wasn’t even the same desert that was advertised. We weren’t even offered aprons, which seems basic, though from the little cooking we did, they weren’t really necessary. Chef Jordan was pleasant but lacked enthusiasm. My sister remarked that it felt like we’d been invited to someone’s house for an okay dinner, but that it was obvious that the host didn’t really want us to be there. That is exactly how it felt! It’s a shame, and the food we did have was nice. It was just far, far too much money for a subpar experience.

Olivia P.


20 Feb 2023

I am not one to write reviews, especially bad ones, but I thought that it needed objective feedback. We thought of it as an opportunity to get away from the city and tried to justify the price for the experience. Don't get me wrong - definitely a nice guy and good food. But was it worth $300 for the two of us? No. He showed us how to chop and explained what he was doing as he was cooking, but nothing about the experience was "farm-to-table." We thought it was probably the season - we went when it was coldish. But if that was the case, the posting should have made that very clear. I would say I had reasonable expectations given the price and others' reviews, but I came out of the experience disappointed. It also said it would last about 3 hours, but we were done in 1.5 hours. We are thinking maybe we are just a one-off...? Anyway, if anybody asked me, I would say spend your money elsewhere. It wasn't worth it for us - the time and the price.