The New Orleans Culinary & Hospitality Institute (NOCHI) is of, by, and for a diverse community of food lovers. Their mission is to provide a seat at the table for all people to bring their culinary passion to life. From enthusiast courses to intensive five-month Culinary Arts and Baking & Pastry Arts programs, NOCHI is prepared to equip students with all the skills and inspiration they need to thrive in hospitality careers.
A year into the pandemic, NOCHI’s livestream cooking classes, NOCHI Together, are alive and well, featuring global cuisines and essential techniques. Participants receive shopping lists and recipes one week in advance, and the classes are pay-what-you-can. They also offer private cooking classes in livestream and in-person formats.
This Spring, head to the NOCHI rooftop to enjoy Dinner & A Movie! These intimate movie screenings include themed dinner, cocktail pairings, and panoramic views of the New Orleans skyline. Reserve your private table for parties of 2 to 6, indoor or outdoor! Doors open at 7:30pm and dinner will be served at 8:00, with the screening beginning shortly thereafter. This event is designed for folks ages 18+! Their movie lineup is as follows:
NOCHI is dedicated to supporting the hospitality industry at large and offers an array of resources for continuing education and professional development. The next ServSafe Food Manager training is scheduled for March 23 – 24. HOSP, NOCHI’s virtual, self-paced training for foodservice best practices in COVID, is offered on a sliding scale.
About Discover Downtown NOLA
Downtown New Orleans is home to a collection of neighborhoods including the Historic Lafayette Square, Warehouse District, Canal Street, Central Business District, Arts District, Gravier-Common, South Market District, Picayune Place, Riverfront as well as several industries such as Tourism, Hospitality, Sports & Entertainment, Culture, BioMedical, Financial, and Legal. Discover Downtown is an opportunity to spotlight all that Downtown has to offer for shopping, living, working and visiting.
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