POSH brings wine and painting together in Boulder
Andrew Fejer and his wife, Adriane, were in Atlanta when they stumbled on a class that led them through painting -- while providing adult refreshment at the same time.
"I went in kicking and screaming," says Andrew. "I ended up having a really good time."
Although both Highland and Cherry Creek have shops that combine creativity with cocktails, Boulder has few options for adult entertainment outside of seeing a movie or going to dinner, the Fejers say. And so they decided to bring the concept home with them. On April 1, they'll open POSH on the corner of 15th and Pearl Streets in Boulder with Lloyd and Marsha Burch. They're calling their place a "paint and wine studio."
"It's painting and drinking, taken to the next level," says Andrew. Because in addition to classes, POSH landed a liquor license to sell wine and beer, and will be doling out drinks as well as locally produced snacks like Bobo Bars and Outrageous breads.
This isn't a bar, though. In order to imbibe, you'll have to do some art -- and pay for the privilege. "Wine and beer will be solely for the people in classes," Andrew explains. "Or for people who come in for open studio time."
POSH's owners plan on offering nightly classes Wednesday through Saturday, family days on Sundays and private event slots on Monday and Tuesday. "We'll also do morning classes with mimosas," says Andrew. And they'll accommodate walk-ins, too, though they recommend reservations.
For a class schedule, check the POSH website.
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