Paint Nite: Forest Of Imagination


  • 2 hours long
  • Ages 21 & up

$37 per person
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The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist

Your next night out just got a whole lot more creative. At the Original Paint Nite, you'll surprise yourself with what you can do in just two hours when you go from blank canvas to completed masterpiece, all while enjoying wine, snacks and upbeat tunes at your new favorite local venue, Acapulco Restaurante Mexicano - Blaine. No experience necessary, our master artist Caroline O'Dell #TeamPaintNite will walk you through all the steps and entertain you along the way. Come out early for extra drinks and a bite to eat and make a night of it! At Yaymaker, we are all about helping you connect and create, share new experiences, and make memories!

Your location

A photo of a Yaymaker Venue called Acapulco Restaurante Mexicano - Blaine located in Blaine, MN
Acapulco Restaurante Mexicano - Blaine

Welcome to Acapulco Restaurante Mexicano - Blaine, a family owned Mexican Restaurant! Customers coming to one of our restaurants for the first time are surprised to learn we are not a chain. We are the Leon family, and each of us works in different roles in our company. To get into the parking area you just turn on 93 street from Route 65 and turn left onto Baltimore St. You will then see a small outlet with a Subway on the end.  Turn left into this outlet where Subway is, and you will be in the Parking lot for the restaurant which is on the far left side of the outlet from where you turned in. Remember that Drinks are NOT included in the Paint Nite tickets. Although Liquid Courage is absolutely encouraged!  

Your host

Yaymaker Host Caroline O'Dell #TeamPaintNite located in Minneapolis, MN

You are invited to an evening of fun, shenanigans, crude humour and 80s music! This isn't a class, it's a party.  And those aren't strangers at your table, they're new friends. No expectations and no negativity, not in my dojo. Just an opportunity to dance, sing, curse, and get a little crazy. So have a few drinks, take a deep breath, and release your creative side! Don't worry if you aren't any good at painting. Even Picasso sucked sometimes.

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