Pizza Making 101 @ WILD - Park Slope



Time Tue Sep 25
7 PM - 9:30 PM

Location WILD - Park Slope
148 5th Avenue
Brooklyn, Ny 11217

Price $50

Pizza Making 101

Looking to make great pizza at home, then this class is for you! Whatever your personal pizza palate is, we’ll start with the basics: first, the dough, made from scratch, for the essential base. Then we’ll make a delicious sauce and explore fun ingredients, including fresh quality produce and lovely cheeses. Finally, we’ll cover the baking methods so that every time you open your oven door you’ll pull out a pizza that’s fresh, healthy, and tastier than your average pizza. Wine pairings are available for purchase on site.

Cuisine: Italian

Meal: Traditional
For Purchase: Beer, Spirits, Wine


WILD Park Slope Pizza Making Class
Your own yummy handmade pizzas
wines from your local vinyards
WILD’S signature appetizers, pizzas, and desserts
Learn how to...
1. Make dough from scratch. 2. Become a historian of pizza. 3. Knead and spread dough like a pro.

WILD honors nature; the source of our uniqueness, our well-being, our future. It is a promise to choose ingredients that have been harvested with respect to their primitive state. It comes to us as it has come from the earth: already perfect. We teach a fun, wholesome pizza making class every week and we give private classes for team building events and anyone interesting in throwing a pizza making party! We host birthday parties and sponsor community gatherings. We cater all sorts of events from fancy balls to private home gatherings. We love our local gathering place and we especially love making everyone feel wonderful.


Location: 148 5th Avenue Brooklyn, Ny 11217

WILD - Park Slope photo

About Marina Charny

Marina Charny photo

The first franchise location of Wild, the Park Slope restaurant boasts the same tasty/health-conscious menu and a similarly ambitious millennial owner looking to make her mark. After years working in literary PR, Marina Charny decided to ditch the media business and dive head-first into the competitive New York culinary scene. She reached out blindly to the founder of the WILD restaurant movement, Miki Agrawal about the idea of starting a franchise of Wild and much to her surprise, Miki accepted. Marina has since been contributing to the delicious success of this gluten-free eatery located in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Working closely with her team to create awesome menu items and to promote a mission of conscientious dining.