What’s more relaxing than unearthing your artistic side, paired with a good pour of your favorite drinks? Known as “paint and sip”, Forth Worth offers cool places to bring your own drink while taking out the brushes for some all ’round good cheer. With many of these fun & local spots to share your creative flare, here are three local spots we’re sure you’ll love.
Distance from Elan River District: An 8-minute ride.
Offering a creative place for all, Painting With A Twist provides interactive painting classes for ages 6 & up. Whether you’re gathering a group of friends for a fun night out or looking to hone in on more of your artistic skills, there’s something fit for every level of talent or interest. Open 7 days a week, there’s always something new that emerges from this local favorite for fun activities & events. Only providing water for your brush, it’s encouraged to bring your favorite non-alcoholic or alcoholic beverage along with your favorite snacks.
Distance from Elan River District: A 17-minute ride.
One of over 200 locations across the US, unfurl your unique artistic prowess & master your “do it yourself” skills. Offering a series of wooden boards, craft & sparkle them to your style for a worthwhile experience. Providing a series of studios, grab your pals, pours ( bringing your favorite bottle or glass is encouraged) & paint brushes for a time you’ll never forget.
Distance from Elan River District: A 22-minute ride.
Providing a unique experience, this popular paint studio provides a distinct space to embrace & unleash creative side. What makes this place different from others is that it offers both canvas & pottery painting options. Open for public & private events, they have weekly & monthly activities that invite you to pull up a chair, paint & pour some of your favorite drinks while you brush through fun. A few of their weekly events range from “Muggin’ Monday” where you pick a mug of your choice to paint, at 15% the normal price, “Watch You Wallet Wednesday” where you save 15% on ceramic banks to paint & collection those coins for your next visit. The real question is, canvas or pottery?!