Class Policies

Our culinary classes feature both bar and table seating and our classroom technology will provide an up-close view of the instructor’s techniques and processes for those who are seated at the tables.

Participants must be 18 years or older, unless accompanied by a paying adult. Kids’ cooking classes (11 and older) will be clearly promoted for the age group and will include preparing and eating healthy, delicious foods.

Class attendees will receive printed recipes, handouts, tasting portions and complimentary beverages of water, tea or coffee. See the beverage policy for details on how to bring your own or order in advance. 

On the day of class only, participants will receive a 15% discount toward any retail purchases storewide. 

Classes are filled on a first come, first serve basis. Payment must be made at the time of registration. Our in-store classes start at $59 per person, while the price is dependent upon the expertise of the chef and the course content and ingredients.


Food Policy

Unless otherwise stated in the description, you must enjoy all food prepared in the class on the premises. No prepared food should be taken from the facility. 

Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness, especially if you have certain medical conditions.

Beverage Policy

Please free to bring free to bring a personal beverage of your choice. Class participants will receive a 10% discount at The Wine Gallery when purchasing one of the suggested pairings for the class. All orders must be placed by 3PM the day prior to ensure availability.

The minimum drinking age in Montana is 21 and is strongly enforced at La Cuisine. Any classes targeted toward college age students will not permit alcoholic beverages, regardless of the age of the attendee. Alternatively we always offer water and will provide coffee and tea upon request.

La Cuisine does not have a state of Montana liquor license and therefore, all participants are personally responsible for their selection of a beverage. La Cuisine reserves the right to refuse service to anyone who is clearly inebriated.

Food Allergies

Nuts and common food allergens (e.g. wheat, dairy, eggs, shellfish) are frequently used in our kitchen. Cross contamination may occur among food products. If you have a food allergy or dietary restriction, please reach out prior to the class to see if an accommodation can be made. Accommodations cannot be promised during the class.

Cancellation Policy

If you are not feeling well or have been around someone who is sick, please stay home and get well.

Unfortunately, we are unable to accept cancellations. Our chefs have worked very hard to prepare for the evening's event and ingredients are purchased in advance. If you call to let us know about a conflict, La Cuisine may be able to help find a replacement for your seat(s) using our waitlist. If the seat can be filled, we may be able to credit your class for another date. Alternatively, we recommend you coordinate for someone else to take your seat(s).

La Cuisine reserves to right to cancel or reschedule a class 48 hours prior to its scheduled time if it does not meet the minimum number of guests. If La Cuisine must cancel a class, all participants will have the choice between a refund or a class credit to attend at a later date. We also reserve the right to change a chef/instructor or menu previously published, depending upon availability. 

Limited Accessibility (ADA notice)

Unfortunately our classroom and event space is located on the 2nd floor mezzanine. While the remainder of our facility is fully ADA accessible, this additional venue has limitations for the disabled. All participants must be able to navigate one flight of stairs. We regret any inconvenience.

Virtual Classes

La Cuisine plans to add virtual course registrations as soon as it is feasible for our team. Check out our plans and let us know if you are interested.

*Exclusions may apply.
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