Vino Van Gogh has you pick a class based on what the painting is that's being taught, and the restaurant it's being taught as. Teachers travel to different places, and ask that you also get something from the restaurant. The restaurant we went to was Fernando's on Pacific in Omaha, a festive Mexican restaurant on a main drag. They've got a full bar, and a wide selection of classic entrees. Kiri and I planned to split the Nachos, get drinks, and get sopapillas, but by the time we were done painting, and noshing on Nachos, neither of us felt like dessert. Next time. We'll definitely be back.
|Blue Margarita on the Rocks|
|Nacho El Kitchen Sinko~MASSIVE!!!!!|
|Calinda holding up the Model|
|A bit of white in the middle, covered by yellow|
|Finished product, with my signature in the corner <3|
We were sat three to a table, and our table mate told us of another place in town that taught glassblowing, and blacksmithing. Who knew Omaha had all of this stuff?! I certainly didn't. Further proof that Omaha is one of the greatest places to live with a lot to do.
I would HIGHLY recommend checking out Vino Van Gogh if you want to have a fun date night, a night with your friends, or even just to learn new techniques, and develop a new talent.
I also got to meet a couple blogger friends, which was awesome! Be sure to check out their blogs! Robyn's is a Mommy Blog with reviews of things she does with her kids, and Rachael's blog is all about healthy living, complete with recipes! I'm jazzed to add them to my Blog Roll!
|Robyn, Rachael, and Me|
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