"Enhancing corporate culture through tradition, one meal at a time."
Team building events are valuable tools where individuals have the opportunity to interact with each other in a new environment. Classic Thyme corporate team building events are fun and educational. Participants divide up into teams to tackle the various menu items for the meal and engage in hands-on cooking. During the class, team members encourage, compliment and cajole each other as they work up and appetite slicing and dicing.
Classes run 3 hours, which includes dining time
All participants receive recipes for the items prepared
Multi-course menus are available or we will customize a menu to meet your specific needs
Additional meeting time can be accommodated
Prices start at $70 per person
Feel free to bring your own wine or beer
20% Staff gratuity will be added to your bill
Our most popular culinary team builder is the "Old Fashioned Italian Macaroni Dinner."
In this hands on class, participants
enjoy listening to Italian music and seeing old family photos and pasta
making equipment that has been in Chef David's family for over 100
years. Participants are broken up into teams and work on different
aspects of the menu cajoling each other as they near completion of
their work. While cooking, the entire class is shown important culinary
techniques. By the time the food is finished, team members are
referring to each other by the group that they are working with, for
instance, "The Macaroni People." Usually, as each course is served,
participants are cheering for the team presenting the course. Our
accommodating approach will allow for changes and considerations to be
made toward dietary needs including vegetarians in the group.
"OLD FASHIONED ITALIAN MACARONI DINNER"
A fun filled event where you will learn Old World Traditions
Basic Salad Zucchini Appetizer with small dinner rolls Handmade Cavatelli we make by hand Homemade Meatballs Handmade authentic Italian Sausage Marinated Mushrooms Roasted Red Peppers Broccol Rabe "The Gravy" Cassata (Dessert)