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Coworking Event Space Venue in Washington
  • $475/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Washington, DC
With scenic DC views from the rooftop lounge, it’s just a stone’s throw from 14th Street’s restaurants, bars and shops. Virtual tour: All your inquiries will be address during our hours of operations : 9am - 10pm
Event Venue and Demonstration Kitchen in Brookland
  • $589/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Washington, DC
Cooking Demonstration Kitchen. Washington, DC’s only camera-ready commercial kitchen space. Open 24-7. Equipped with 6 burners, 36” char grill, 4 ovens, refrigerator, freezer, 14’ x 4’ white stone counter, and additional appliances and small wares onsite. 18-foot loft ceilings with adjustable track lighting, retractable extension cords, and high speed WiFi. Perfect for cooking shows, interviews, product shoots, cooking demonstrations and more.
Historic mansion - museum, authentically furnished
  • $400/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (5)
  • 5
  • Instant book
  • Washington, DC
Classic Washington style. Historic townhouse mansion, now museum is an elegant, refined, hidden gem in the heart of DC. Conveniently located just five blocks from Dupont Circle in the Embassy Row neighborhood, the Woodrow Wilson House is a historic site and museum available seven days a week. The fully restored rooms of this Georgian revival townhouse are the backdrop for your shoot. Elaborate gifts of state from around the world, important materials from Wilson’s presidency, objects from the White House, family items and personal objects adorn the rooms. In addition to the authentically furnished museum rooms, the House offers the use of the fully restored garden on two levels and a tiled terrace; all are available for rent.
Presidential Dining Room
  • $400/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Washington, DC
Perfect for dinners, lectures and meetings, the Dining Room was the site of First Lady Edith Wilson's last formal event, a luncheon for Jacqueline Kennedy.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the price range for Cooking Class spaces in Washington, DC?

The price differs based on the length of rental, but majorly 1-hour booking will be in the range of $59 to $589

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About Washington DC

From the Lincoln Memorial to the Washington Monument, Washington DC is full of iconic and symbolically important structures. The city is full of history, evident from the aged buildings and districts that were preserved. Washington’s food scene is thriving because of the great diversity found within the city.

Washington’s population of over 600,000, which occasionally ramps up to over 700,000 during work weeks, is full of talented individuals and businesses to assist you with your upcoming cooking class. With all that there is to taste and experiment in Washington, it makes sense to host a cooking class within a locale that takes great pleasure in excellent cuisine.

Cooking Class Options in Washington DC

Ensuring that your guests will have a grand time when attending your Washington DC cooking class venue is the utmost priority. To help encourage creativity and to make them feel more comfortable, the venue needs to be set up with the right companies helping you out.

  • Décor
    Having a set theme can help your guests get into the mood of the cooking class. With a professional décor specialist, you can be sure that it will be a success. From a breakfast theme to a specific recipe-oriented class, the décor can be set to match.

  • Furniture
    Having a reliable furniture rental company assisting you with extra tables and chairs can make the whole event flow smoothly. Quality furnishings and the required equipment ensure that your kitchen space is adequate also.

  • Audio
    Making certain that your voice is heard through all the action in the kitchen is important. With special mics and speakers from an audio rental company, everyone attending your cooking class will be able to benefit from hearing you.

Cooking Class Companies in Washington DC

A Washington DC cooking class will no doubt be a highly sought-after activity. Let experts in the field help with the logistics of running the class and setting up the space.

  • Party Rental Ltd.
    Serving the Washington area for 49 years and counting, Party rental Ltd. has been working hard to make a name for itself as one of DC’s premier party equipment rental companies. The company ensures that any and all equipment rented reflects the values that Party Rental Ltd. has worked hard to cultivate. Their vision is to exceed customer expectations through service excellence and because of this, they strive to always give their all when working with clients.

  • AVRExpos – Washington, DC
    Handling all types of events in the past years has given AVRexpos the necessary experience to assist in the logistics of the planning and execution of any upcoming event. With a wide range of audio equipment suited to different budget types and preferences, AVRexpos makes sure that you receive the best bang-for-buck equipment for your gathering, whatever it may be. They enlist on-site staff to assist with the live maintenance of your sound solution to ensure that no problems occur.

  • Something Vintage Rentals
    Since its founding in 2012, this women-led company, Something Vintage has been constantly expanding its catalog of décor to cater to all types of events. Much of their inventory is hand-crafted and focuses on giving life to old pieces. Because of this, their inventory is one of a kind and often goes hand in hand with the other pieces they have set up. They have a professional staff that ensures your venue will look the way you want it to and always on time.

Pros and Cons of Cooking Classes in Washington DC

Knowing the pros and cons that come with booking a cooking class venue in Washington ensures that you choose the best space.


  • Excellent vendors
    Washington is a city full of talent and you’ll see that as you line up vendors to assist you in your venture.

  • Attractions galore
    Aside from the art and the food scene, Washington has so many more things to showcase, from the museums to the outdoor gardens. Visitors will never get bored exploring in Washington.

  • Food scene
    Washington DC is known for its diversity of restaurants. Showcase that diversity with the menu you choose to work with in class.


  • Crime rate
    Although not indicative of the entire city, Washington DC does have a higher crime rate than the state average. Choose a neighborhood known to be safe when booking your cooking class space.

  • Traffic
    The traffic in Washington can get really intense, especially since there are almost 700,000 people working within the city. Driving as well as walking becomes difficult as the streets and sidewalks often get congested.

  • Pricey
    Work with a financial plan as you organize your class. Washington is also a tourist city which means that amenities and other goods are often more expensive than usual.

Famous Locations in Washington DC

  • Smithsonian American Art Museum
    The collection of American Art began in 1829 and today is one of the world’s largest and most inclusive collections of art all from the United States. With over 7,000 artists being represented in this museum, visitors are able to see all sorts of art and its various forms. With a visit to the museum, visitors are also educated on the art and the history behind some of the more famous pieces.

  • United States Botanic Garden
    Known as being the oldest continuously operating botanic garden in the US, the United States Botanic Garden fulfills George Washington’s wish that the US capital city would have a botanic garden that would demonstrate and promote the importance of plants to the rest of the nation. Today, visitors are able to see a wide variety of flora and are able to learn more about the varying species.

  • National Air and Space Museum
    Hosting the world’s largest and most significant collection of aviation and space artifacts, the National Air and Space Museum welcomes over eight million visitors annually to learn and explore more about our world and what lies beyond it in space. The facilities here are user-friendly and educate visitors in a simple and concise manner.