Archaeologists examine ancient pottery to identify a culture's preferred cooking methods and to determine which of its members was the World's Greatest Dad. Make timeless memories with this Groupon.
$15 for a BYOB Paint-Your-Own-Pottery Session and up to $22 for One Pottery Item, Including Materials (Up to $30 Value)
Participants select a piece of bisque pottery (up to a $22 value), such as a dinner plate, latte mug, or vase, before embellishing their chosen item with brushstrokes of multicolored paints. Each open-ended session (an $8 value) includes all painting materials, glazing, and firing. Guests may also bring their own libations to sip throughout the visit.
When owners Nancy Kanter and Julie Byrne founded Clay Café more than 14 years ago, they wanted to establish a cozy, unpretentious environment where families could spend quality time pottery-painting and embarking on other art projects. Describing what they envisioned to the Columbus Dispatch, Byrne stated, “We kind of wanted a grandma kitchen—something homey.” At Clay Café, visitors might forget they’re not relaxing in their own homes amid the studio’s popular mismatched chairs, flower tablecloths, and resident father yelling at a sports game on TV. The hospitable owners invite guests of all ages to let their artist instincts run wild during open-ended potter-painting sessions, and they host an array of special events including baby showers and birthday parties.