Frequently Asked Questions
What is your age policy to attend painting events?
Daytime painting events- all ages. Evening painting events- 13+. We do have kid’s and Family Paint specific classes. Must be 21 to purchase alcohol.
Can I bring my own wine?
Sorry, BYOB is not allowed by our liquor license but we carry a wide variety of wines, beer, hard ciders and a few cocktails. You can view our current bar menu here- https://menu.pinotspalette.com/brandon-bev
What is the cancellation policy?
Pinot's Palette cancellation policy is as follows: No refunds. A minimum of 24 hours notice is required to reschedule. Exception is Project Pet- credit with a 2 week notice. By completing the check-out process you agree to this policy.
Does the Brandon location do Kids Birthday Parties?
YES! Special pricing for our kids birthday parties-ages 12 and under. Ask for more info here- https://www.pinotspalette.com/brandon/kids-painting-party
Do I need a reservation?
Reservations are not required but are highly recommended in case the class is sold out. We have assigned seating such that if you don't have a reservation but your friends do, you may not be able to sit with them. If you don't have a reservation, please arrive approximately 30 minutes early so we can get you set up and settled in.
Is payment required in advance?
We take payment at the time of reservation. We do take walk-ins but we cannot guarantee we will have availability.
I don't have any artistic talent. Will I be able to complete the painting?
Absolutely! Our artist will guide you step-by-step through the featured painting and will ensure that you stay on track to completing your masterpiece by the end of class. There are no mistakes, only "happy accidents" but Acrylic paint dries quickly, making it easy to make your masterpiece perfect.
How do I sign up for Pinot Perks?
Get Free Perks Here: https://www.pinotspalette.com/pinot-perks
How do I schedule a private party?
Customize a paint and sip party for any occasion, from birthday parties and fundraisers to bachelorette parties and family get-togethers. Find info about our private parties here as well as send us your private party questions. https://pinotspalette.com/brandon/private-parties
How do I sign up for a class?
Signing up is easy. Click the "Public Events" link at the top of this page to view our calendar of paintings. Click the “BOOK NOW” button on the class that you want to attend. Follow the on-screen directions to complete the order. Contact us at 813/618-3064 if you have trouble completing your order. We are happy to take your reservation over the phone.
What days are public painting events held?
Visit our online event calendar to find out which days we have upcoming public events. https://www.pinotspalette.com/brandon/events
What does a painting event cost?
Typically our classes are two hours and are $39 per painter. Family Paint Day is $29 per painter. We also have different size canvases and options such as wood pallet painting that will affect the price.
When do I need to arrive for class?
Doors open 30 minutes before the beginning time of each event. We recommend you arrive 15-30 minutes before class starts to allow time to order drinks and get settled in before the painting starts.
Is there reserved seating?
Yes, we have your easel set up for you at your spot before you arrive for class. If you have friends attending the class that you’d like to sit by, you can let us know when you book the class or you can send us an email.
What do I need to bring to class?
We provide the canvas, easel, brushes, paints, and apron for the class. We have a bar where you can purchase beer and wine or our special drink of the night. You are welcome to bring your own appetizers.
How far out is the event calendar posted on your website?
Typically we will have a minimum of 2 months of public painting events posted. If you'd like to receive an email with calendar update, be sure to add yourself to our email list at the bottom of this page.
What should I wear to the class?
No dress code here...dress casual or dress up. We will provide you with an apron but keep in mind that painters have been known to get involved in their work of art.