Drunken Tiles Three-Course Dinner for Two or Four from Occasions Divine (Up to 55% Off)

Near Northside

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$152 55% $83
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In a Nutshell

Victorian clubhouse hosts a three-course dinner where guests create tiles with alcohol inks under the direction of artist Jill Metz

The Fine Print

Expires Sep 18th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. 24hr cancellation notice required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Creativity can strike at any moment, whether you're near a canvas and brushes or beside a slumbering strongman and many rolls of toilet paper. Learn to recognize opportune moments with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $38 for a three-course Drunken Tiles dinner for two (a $76 value)
  • $69 for a three-course Drunken Tiles dinner for four (a $152 value)

Guests enjoy a three-course meal and a glass of wine as they paint a tile with alcohol inks under the direction of artist Jill Metz. Entrees range from chicken velvet with linguini, tomatoes, and asparagus to roasted pork loin with peach sauce, wild rice, and pecans.

Occasions Divine

When Occasions Divine planted its roots in a trio of historic locales, the event-hosting company made sure to keep most of the buildings' original décor and architecture intact while adding modern kitchens and other amenities. The staff orchestrates an ever-changing combination of themed dinners, wine and beer pairings, multiple-course meals, performances, and art classes.

Signature events, such as 10-course meals and dinners with magic shows, occur within The Propylaeum, a manicured Victorian clubhouse and historic landmark built in 1890. Guests mingle in meeting rooms, private guest rooms, and a third-floor ballroom while surrounded by period-accurate décor enhanced by glow-in-the-dark area rugs. An intimate house built in 1868 hosts Serenity events, including educational family etiquette dinners, which invite patrons to enter through antique doors, traverse vintage carpeting, and learn the difference between salad forks and back scratchers. A communal table presents light meals and traditional english tea, and reconstructed outdoor gardens let patrons reenact scenes from crime-thriller reboots of Romeo and Juliet. Serendipity 2 events convene at The Propylaeum's original carriage house, which did a stint as a children's museum starting in 1925. Parties ramble through the main floor and balcony under tall ceilings and light from antique windows.

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