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VENUES FOR KIDDIE COOKING PARTIES VIA BUS RENTALS IN NYC
FILED UNDER: General Bus Rentals NYC Tips and Tricks
More and more kids these days are showing interest in cooking or baking. So for mommy's little chefs, a cooking- or baking-themed party would be the best way to celebrate their birthdays. Parents can get bus rentals in NYC and take their kids and their guests to any venue that caters to the young ones' interest in making their own food and dessert.
We give you a few ideal venues to celebrate cooking or baking birthday parties in New York, other than your kitchen. All you have to do is book bus rentals in NYC and make transportation hassle-free for all your guests.
641 Amsterdam Ave. at 91st St.
Kids 4 years old and up get to be chocolatiers for a day, molding and decorating their own chocolate creations. Chocolate Works boasts of a 40-foot conveyor-belt machine where all the chocolate magic happens. A basic two-hour party package is inclusive of one homemade chocolate treat, invitations, pizza, beverages, and paper goods, plus a chocolate-covered pretzel, Oreo, or graham cracker. For an extra fee, parents can toss in sundae making, goody bags, a chocolate fountain, or take-home aprons.
Toys"R"Us, 1514 Broadway at 44th St. (973) 585-6066
The Magnolia Bakery is perfect for sweet-toothed tots. A party here means 90 minutes of decorating cupcakes using Magnolia's signature buttercream frosting as well as hand-colored sprinkles. Birthday packages also include a personalized Magnolia cake, juice and pizza. Guests will leave the party with a signature tote bag that comes with a mini baking utensil set, a mini cupcake baking pan, and also jar of sprinkles.
The Creative Kitchen
With a party at The Creative Kitchen, kids get to have a hands on cooking experience. They get to create child-friendly meals depending on the theme, such as Get Cheesy, Silly Sushi, Twinkle Tea Party and Fruity Fiesta. They also get to decorate their own cupcakes. Guests leave with a kitchen-related craft and the birthday kid gets a cookbook.
If your children are showing interest in cooking or baking and are constantly begging to help you in the kitchen, then you may have chefs-in-the-making! So start them young and help develop this interest. And what better way to do that than by giving them a cooking or baking-themed birthday party in any of the suitable party venues within New York City! Just get bus rentals in NYC and not worry about transportation!
We have already given you a few ideal venues where you can celebrate cooking or baking birthday parties in New York. Now, we're giving you more. All you have to do is book bus rentals in NYC and get ready to give the kids complete hands-on experience in the kitchen.
The Institute of Culinary Education
50 W 23rd St. (between Fifth and Sixth Aves.)
Celebrate your kid's birthday with a two-hour cooking class with his or her friends. They get to make their own meal from a custom menu, whether it is Italian, Asian, or an entirely chocolate-based cuisine. Everyone goes home with a packet of recipes.
Milk & Cookies Bakery
19 Commerce St. (between Bedford St. and Seventh Ave. South)
Each kid gets a bowl of plain cookie dough as well as some mix-in items like sprinkles, chocolate, and dried fruits to decorate their own cookies. The cookie dough is baked and packed up, and the partygoers can enjoy the freshly baked cookies with milk, hot cocoa, or milk shake.
94 Reade St., at Church St.
At a Tribeca Treats party, kids 3 to 10 years old learn how to bake and decorate cupcakes and cookies. Party packages include bagels and fruits for adults, a birthday cake, decorated aprons, and balloons.
Young Chef's Academy
108-10 72nd Ave., between Austin St. and Queens Blvd.
Forest Hills, Queens
At Young Chef's Academy, kids get to showcase their skills in the kitchen by making pizza from scratch. All partygoers will get a recipe card, a chef's hat that they can decorate, and a complimentary class pass. The birthday girl or boy gets to take home an apron and a shirt. YCA also takes care of the invitations, the balloons, the paper goods, and the drinks. You can upgrade your birthday package to include sundae or cupcake decorating, and for kids 9 years old and above, other food choices are available, such as pasta, enchiladas or calzone.
Book bus rentals in NYC and give your little kitchen helper a hands-on cooking experience with his or her friends!