You don’t have to be particularly skilled in the kitchen to enjoy a cooking class at Selfup. To the contrary, the classes cater to beginners. Long-time chefs lead the fun, informal cooking sessions, so they do most of the hard work for you. You just get to learn a few new kitchen tricks and enjoy a bite to eat after the main course. Every weekend, Selfup hosts the Italian dinner cooking class. You begin by crafting a simple salad and a classic pasta dish, then move on to the main event: tiramisu. Your instructor will walk you through the process of creating this layered confection, step by step, and then you get to enjoy a taste. Some classes only take place every now and then, like the "No Frills Dumpling" and the "Taste of Asia" classes. Gather a few creative friends and sign up for a cooking session at Selfup.
Del Friscos Double Eagle Steakhouse, which just opened its newest location in the Back Bay neighborhood, is an upscale restaurant offering unique cuts of meat, seafood, and more than 12,500 bottles of wine. Menu options include a variety of meat ranging from prime ribeye and filet mignon to bone-in filet and prime porterhouse, plus dry-aged and wagyu steaks. You’ll also find seafood — in many cases locally sourced — like stone crab claws, broiled lobster tail, and crab cakes with Cajun lobster cream sauce. Sides include Lobster Macaroni & Cheese, Brussel Sprouts with bacon and caramelized onions, and Potatoes Au Gratin made with aged cheddar. Del Friscos has a sleek interior with hanging chandeliers, a large bar, public and private dining spaces, and a glass wine cellar to house its vast wine selection. Relax and enjoy your meal at funky lime green booths as well as a variety of tables