Are you looking for a fun new hobby for the new year, or are you simply looking for a fun night out? Either way, I highly recommend painting at Pinot’s Palette in St. Matthews. Unless you refrain entirely from social interaction, you’ve probably heard of these “paint and drink” studios. These types of studios are becoming increasingly popular for girls’ nights out, date nights, and special occasions. So, what makes Pinot’s Palette different, and why should you choose it over the others?
First, the staff at Pinot’s is very friendly. They allow you to explore your own creativity and are more than willing to help you when you get in over your head. Regardless of your ability (or inability), the staff at Pinot’s is very patient with you. They really want you to leave with a painting you like, and it shows.
Second, Pinot’s offers a lot of deals. If you like Pinot’s on Facebook right now, I would be surprised if you didn’t see a coupon code within a few weeks. In addition to deals on the paintings themselves, I’ve also noticed that they offer many drink specials. Plus, if you go to a painting and book another while you’re there, they will give you $10 off.
Third, Pinot’s has two studios. One studio serves alcohol and is strictly for adults 21 and over. The other studio, which is located in the same plaza, is geared toward children. As far as I know, Pinot’s is the only studio in the area that offers painting classes specifically for children. If you’re a parent looking for a perfect outing with your child, look no further. Kids of all ages love to create!
Check out Pinot’s Palette’s website for more information including a schedule of classes with examples of the paintings.
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