What People Have Said About Us
“Thank you so much for a wonderful evening last night. Our parents were so surprised and had such an amazing time. You were right chef Stephanie was awesome!!!! The food was delicious and it was truly an enjoyable evening.
Again thank your staff as they were so kind and helpful. I did give you 5 stars in Yelp as we would love to come back!!
Lisa Ingalls – February 2017
“I want to share my absolute delight with Sweet Basil. Whether it is one of many classes I have taken with Chefs Amy, Stephanie, Melissa or Dane, or the incredible array of ‘must have’ kitchen gadgets, stemware, serving pieces, tea pots, and so much more, or the food items perfect for hostess gifts or your own enjoyment – Sweet Basil is the place to go. Owner Martie Sullivan and her warm and helpful staff make a visit to the store a special experience. And be sure to have lunch at the Market Cafe and save room for dessert.
Sharon Briskman – November 2015
“I’ve been to five or six classes at Sweet Basil. They’ve all been great! The food is good. I have used the recipes at home. Always have a good time (at the classes).” – Richard McCann
“I really enjoy the food, information and atmosphere of the many classes I’ve taken at here.” – Andra Krutoy
“I really enjoy coming to the lunch and learn classes. The hands-on classes are fun too. The store is bright and cheery with many interesting items to choose from.” – Peggy Walker
“Sweet Basil is the perfect place to awaken your true chef and expand your passion for cooking! I have been coming to Sweet Basil for about a year and a half. I started with the 12 week class the Essence of Cooking. Chef Linda Martin made the experience unforgettable. The classes are extremely fun, stress-free and informative.” – Michelle Spokojny
A Day at Sweet Basil’s TEENS COOK CAMP. Evelyn Hendrix wrote: “Summer camp often involves roasting marshmallows over an open flame. I vividly recall heavy Dutch ovens, hot coals and brushes with death. But on this summer afternoon, my day at camp leaves those memories in the dust—literally.”