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Food

Grillin' And Chillin' With Cecconi's

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The art of grilling seems simple. How hard could lighting a fire and cooking a slab of meat be, after all? We've been doing it for thousands of years! But as true grill masters will tell you, there's a science behind this primal cooking method, and the simplest things, like heat sources and protein preparation, make all the difference.

So if you're looking to up your summer time grilling game, Cecconi's has a class to help.

On Tuesday, June 19 from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m., executive chef Andrea Cavaliere will host a hands-on demonstration of how to prepare grilled seafood, fruits, and vegetables. The class will include a tasting of all dishes prepared and a glass of prosecco for $65.

For reservations, call (310) 432-2000.