Everyone deserves to treat themselves every once in a while so head to SouthSide Tattoo & Social Club in Brooklyn Park today and have some fun.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
SouthSide Tattoo & Social Club is sure to be a fun experience for the whole family!
The Studio at Painful Pleasures isn’t your standard piercing parlor. The 5,000-square-foot showroom has five fully furnished studios, each with their own TV and comfortable TatSoul chairs, as well as an educational center where they hold classes on piercing techniques. Hyperrealistic, ethereal, and vibrantly colored artwork designed by the in-house artists covers the walls—a testament to the detailed work they do. The team is also complemented by two resident tattoo-removal specialists who have mastered the art of buffing off unwanted images, such as the tally marks on your arm that remind you how old you are.
For those skilled in the creative arts, The Tattooery is home to some of the finest works in College Park.
Whether you're looking for a quick snack or a full meal, the restaurant at this museum is sure to dish out something delicious.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Commute by bike to The Tattooery and find easy bike parking.
So when you want to expand your art knowledge, head on over to this art museum and learn something new.
If you’re already the type to think about getting inked, Fatty’s Custom Tattooz won’t faze you one bit. Hidden away on the second floor of a dusty building off Connecticut Avenue NW, this long-running tattoo parlor – which sits above a dry cleaning facility and tarot card reader – pulls few punches, but delivers great ink. Consistently considered one of the city’s top tattoo destination since it opened two decades ago, Fatty’s is actually a fairly friendly environment, staffed with knowledgeable artists who are willing to walk the nervous through every stop of the process. Much of the artwork by those same creative types can be found hanging on the walls, including psychedelic pieces by Fatty himself, who primarily handles large-scale custom tattoos. The shop does piercings as well.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
Pierce Me has been in business for over 10 years. Our goal is to help women look and feel beautiful with our customer-friendly services and products.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
Our inspiration is when our customers visit us, leaving excited and happy with what they purchased, they feel good, and continue to be social with us and sharing with their friends and families.
What do you love most about your job?
We love to make our customers happy and they want to come back for more.
What is the best reaction you've ever gotten from a customer?
We love our valued customers, and because we love them they are excited and always bring their friends so they don't miss out on our valued customer service and exceptional competitive prices.
The Hole Story's owner and piercing and tattoo artist InkBoy The Don is truly a self-made professional. He started sketching in high school, teaching himself composition and shading. As his prowess with the pencil grew, he began creating logos and drawings for clients. Eventually his desire to create permanent art led him to purchase a tattoo kit and practice the trade of body art, mostly on himself. Sure enough, after getting himself to agree to be his client, his customer base grew: first, family members requested some ink, then friends, and before long, people with whom he had no prior connection.
An eventual tattoo apprenticeship and a move to begin T-shirt printing and piercing solidified his status as a professional creator, making him a one-artist army at The Hole Story. Clients can come to the shop for a new eyebrow piercing or supplement their wardrobe with items from The Don's personal clothing line. The Don, of course, also adorns clients with colorful tattoos that celebrate special memories or remind them in which pocket they keep the car keys they hide from friends.