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  • atlanta, ga
  • United States
  • LITKitchen
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What best describes my company
Catering, Casual
Discovering new food, Discovering new wines, Consulting, Networking, Finding Investors, New locations, Gaining Knowledge, Other
LITKitchen is a private event space located in Midtown. We host everything from wedding receptions, dinner parties, cooking classes to Art Shows and corporate functions.
Years in the Industry
8 years

LITKitchen's Blog

Cooking Classes at LIT

Posted on May 8, 2008 at 11:07am 0 Comments

Good Afternoon,
Its been a while since LITKitchen has had hosted any cooking classes, but now we have some really great classes on the calendar. Check out to see what we got going on!

SIgn up for your favorites and tell your friends
The LITKitchen Team

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At 12:01pm on May 26, 2009, LITKitchen said…
catering Equipment for Sale...
I am selling all of my catering equipment...
Tables, chairs, plates, glassware, silverware, trays, etc...
if you are interested, please email me at
At 11:38am on June 30, 2008, Vino Vixen said…
Sure thing! You can email me at
At 11:05am on May 8, 2008, LITKitchen said…
LITKitchen is offering Cooking Classes.
Its been a little while since we have offered any cooking classes, but we have some really fun ones up on the calendar. Take a look at and if any of them look interesting, sign up for them and tell your friends!
The LITKitchen Team
At 1:49pm on March 21, 2008, Daryle T Davidson said…
At 10:25pm on February 28, 2008, Todd Barnes said…

I'd like to introduce my company, Inspirion, to you and yours. You're possibly familar with the PEO/Employee Leasing industry and might even be utilizing a PEO currently with your restaurants. My company is very familar with the restaurant industry and the employee related challenges that owners and GMs face daily. From fine dining to fast food to catering, we've seen it all and helped restaurant owners save money and reduce liability on their employee associated costs, including payroll, worker's compensation insurance and risk management. Please check out our website at and let me know if I can be of service to you. Thanks and enjoy your weekend!

Todd Barnes
At 2:22pm on February 12, 2008, Carl Muth said…
Hi Brad, I was cruising thru the new comers and see that you signed up. That's great. Kelly Hornbuckle is on here too. You can find her in my network when you accept my Friend Request. I recently recommended that a guy named Chris Strawbridge call you. He was looking for a kitchen that he could do some test cooking in. If you remember back, I was the guy that came with Kelly when she signed you up for the GRA a little over a year ago. Hope your business is doing well!

Have Fun!
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Carl Muth
At 11:28am on February 12, 2008, LITKitchen said…
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