Restaurant Review: A Chef’s Kitchen

John and Wanda Gonzales have a long-held dream to create a destination where people go to eat fine, inspired food, learn about food and food preparation and be entertained. A Chef’s Kitchen is the culmination of that dream.

Located at 501 Prince George Street in the heart of downtown Williamsburg, A Chef’s Kitchen offers the novel opportunity to learn how to make the recipes for a multi-course dinner while also being served the complete meal paired with “great find” wines.

John Gonzales, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY, has been in the food and beverage industry for thirty years. His impressive resumé includes executive chef positions at the Watergate Hotel, the Jockey Club and the Washington, D.C. Ritz Carlton.  John has also owned two of his own restaurants, written two cookbooks for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation and been featured on HGTV, the Discovery Channel, the Fox Network, NBC’s Morning News Program in Washington, DC and guest speaker on nationally syndicated radio.

Click HERE and learn about classes at A Chef’s Kitchen.

A Chef’s Kitchen 501 Prince George Street Williamsburg, VA  23185  757 . 564 . 8500
Hours:  10 am to 5.30 pm  (Tue – Sat)

TIP:  You are able to attend cooking classes, seating is very limited, and each week is a different topic, ex. hors dourves or Southern cooking, French cooking, etc. You get a recipe packet and then the chefs cook the recipes in front of you as you are served wine. You get a full plate of the different things cooked and they give you tips throughout their show. Even though the recipes they make are involved, they make exquisite food very doable for the average home cook with their tips.

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