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The “Dine” in the name is what distinguishes it from traditional paint and sips that pair instructional art with spirited beverages.
“[We’ll have an] open bar of our top three signature drinks during the painting sessions, and also the option to order hot appetizers and paint to a ’90s and early 2000s-era soundtrack,” Vincent shared with What Now Atlanta in an email.
Being down the hall from The Beacon’s creative arts studio Artist Cove and its Grant Park proximity was the main appeal for Vincent, who wanted to both draw from and cater to the artistic vibe in the area spilling over from East Atlanta Village to the East, and Peoplestown to the West.
Beyond themed nights, private events, freestyle opportunities and live performances from local up and coming music artists, Vincent promises amazing instructors “that will make your artistic vibe come to life.”
“We hope that this new concept of sip and paint in the ’90s era will drive customers to come in and paint with us and allow us to show them what a good time actually feels like.”