This place seems wonderful, but my experience with the employees at Paint the Town is a different story! Below is a part of a complaint letter I wrote to the owner after our recent visit. In short- don't waste your time or your money at this place!
Not five minutes after sitting down at the back most table in the store, we had to endure listening to the male and female employee have a long and inappropriate conversation. The conversation started with the female employee stating that the group she was helping (when we were waiting) was "such a pain in the ass" and that it was a woman and her two grandkids, but that the girl "couldn't stand that one of the little girls wouldn't stop speaking Spanish, why can't she just speak english like everyone else". My Little Sister looked very uncomfortable, as her parents are from Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic and often speak Spanish at home. The conversation continued into the two employees talking about how a lot of couples are breaking up lately and the female employee saying that "my friends boyfriend broke up with her, he is such an asshole." I was appalled to hear this sort of language in what I believe to be a family establishment. It was very difficult for me to not speak up but I felt like the best thing to do would be to contact the owner or manager, as I am doing now.
As my Little Sister and I were finishing up our paintings, a different female employee came up to us and said "I'm sure you know this, but we have a party coming at 3 o'clock, so you need to leave". I let her know that we were done and would be cleaning up. At no point before this employee approached us had I been told that a party was coming in or that we were not allowed to sit in the back table. We proceeded to clean up our stuff and took our finished pieces to the front. Upon coming up to the register we waiting another ten minutes before anyone was able to ring us up, and then we left.