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Naked Cake Decorating Ala Momofuku Milk Bar, May 26th, $135

VENUE: Cook SpaceinNew York, USA
Event Date May 26th
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Learn how to make a Momofuku Milk Bar Cake

We’re stripping it down to the bare essentials - we could not be more delighted to have Martine Dallemand, alumn of the hallowed pastry halls of Milk Bar, as our guide through how to decorate what has become perhaps the city’s most popular cake. In this class, we’ll be baking, designing, and styling 6” naked cakes with minimal frosting on the outside, exposing the cake layers and filling. This rustic and chic cake has been all the rage for the past few years, popping up everywhere on the wedding, baby shower, bridal shower, and party scenes. Milk Bar owner Christina Tosi is credited with starting the trend back in 2008 when she began highlighting the cake layers, instead of just the frosting. The cakes will be decorated with fresh flowers, berries and/or herbs. 

DATE | Saturday, May 26th
TIME | 12pm - 2pm

*Tickets are non-refundable 15 days in advance of event.

About the Host

Cook Space

Cook Space Brooklyn is a culinary studio designed to foster and build confidence in the kitchen.

Set in an 800-square foot industrial loft, Cook Space has been designed with care to feel more like a home than a cooking school. Located on the second floor of a renovated industrial space, the studio boasts 15-foot ceilings with carefully curated, unique details and personal touches.


  • Culinary Connoisseur & One-of-a-Kind Dining
  • Lessons & Workshops