I would recommend this for anyone looking to do ""paint your own pottery."" The owner goes out of her way to find interesting pieces and schedule interesting classes. You can also just walk-in and do a piece without signing up for a class. Another nice touch - she runs a kids pottery camp in the summer. She has some evening hours too, so I once catered in some dinner to the store and started a ""girls nite out"" there.
There are a lot of bars and restaurants in the area, so some times of the day parking can be difficult. However, it is residential around there too so you can always find SOMEWHERE to park, even if you have to walk a block or so.