Culinary Communion finally gets a liquor license

Photo by Andrew Kraker.
Photo by Andrew Kraker.
You may remember the fuss a few months ago when the State Liquor Control Board told Culinary Communion on Beacon Avenue that they could no longer have alcohol at their cooking classes — not even to cook with. Apparently, it’s illegal without a liquor license. Who knew?

But it’s now safe to make wine sauces and other spirited dishes at CC’s cooking classes; the school was approved for a spirits, beer and wine restaurant/lounge license on November 26. (You can find the info at this page by choosing King County.)

Perhaps now their “Living Room Wine Classes,” which were held in a private living space, can move into the class space at CC House instead.

2 thoughts on “Culinary Communion finally gets a liquor license”

  1. I just had a class there last night as a work event and Gabe said that they will be opening up on Sunday nights in jan. for ala carte dinners. What a treat we’ll have there!

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