A Mano, a Neapolitan pizzeria in Ridgewood, New Jersey, is using its chef’s expertise to teach customers how to make pasta, from selecting flour and rolling dough to cooking techniques. The pizzeria will offer a follow-up session on making fresh mozzarella and desserts.
Hands-on instruction is nothing new. Many pizzerias have brought out pizza-making kits for children for years. Today, there are more instances of these types of opportunities geared towards adults. When Pizza Today visited Buckhead Pizza Company in Atlanta, Georgia, the restaurant had recently rolled out pizza-making classes targeted to adults with wine pairings. The classes were an instant hit.
A Mano’s culinary demos allow the pizzeria to connect with its customer base in yet another way. How do you connect with your customers?
To learn more about A Mano’s demos, click here.
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