COLUMBUS, Ohio — If you love food and baseball, here's your chance to combine the two with one of Cleveland's top chefs and favorite MLB players.
Cleveland chef Jonathon Sawyer and Cleveland Indians free agent second baseman Jason Kipnis are teaming up at their Columbus restaurant to offer cooking classes open to the public.
The pair opened SeeSaw, headed by Forward Hospitality Group, in Columbus' Short North neighborhood earlier this year. Now, restaurant guests can mingle with the MLB All-Star and James Beard Award-winning chef in a series of cooking classes.
The classes cost $250 and include a glass of champagne and a signed copy of Sawyer's "House of Vinegar" cookbook. Class participants will learn how to make Kipnis' favorite SeeSaw dishes before sampling their creations.
Those interested in booking a class spot can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kipnis' future remains open as the Indians declined his option for 2020. Although the possibility exists that the Indians could sign Kipnis, who has expressed interest in remaining in Cleveland, to a smaller figure, the writing appears on the wall suggests the two sides will part ways.
Sawyer owns Cleveland's Greenhouse Tavern and Westlake's Noodlecat. His Trentina restaurant closed its doors in January.