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Chef for a Day at Sotto Sopra

Calling all Marcella or Mario wannabes. If you'd like to try your hand at creating an authentic Italian meal in a restaurant kitchen, consider

Chef for a Day program. Here's the deal: interested cooks meet with Chef Michael Crouse, who determines their skill level, chooses a date for cooking, and collaborates with them on a four-course menu that to be offered at the restaurant that night for around $40 per person. (Restaurant patrons dining on a Chef for a Day night can also choose from the regular menu.) Participant-chefs should expect to come early to the restaurant for prep on the day they cook and stay late through the meal. Since September, Sotto Sopra has hosted four amateur chefs to great success, says Monika Pawlik-Bosio, the restaurant's co-owner. Cost is $100. The experience of cooking dinner in a restaurant for your friends and family? Priceless.

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Sotto Sopra, 405 N. Charles St., (410) 625-0534

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