NUTLEY, NJ - Colleen Carlee, owner of Pinot's Palette of Nutley, has confirmed that the Nutley Center location will open in mid-March.
The Verona resident selected the location in part because of the township's restaurant scene. Carlee explained that after painting, her patrons can continue to have a fun social evening with friends at places like Cubanelle or Bella Luce. The Nutley location was originally "The Franklin" movie theater.
Carlee also told TAPinto Nutley that Pinot's Palette plans to host many fundraiser evenings for school, civic, and charitable organizations. Pinto's Palette Nutley is already a member of the Nutley Chamber of Commerce.
Artists lead classes of students to discover painting. Canvasses, paint, and art supplies are provided. Patrons 21 and over can bring wine or beer to enjoy in a responsible manner in the studio.
Carlee also owns Pinot's Palette in Montclair. The Montclair Center location opened in 2013.