The space located at 3420 W. 32nd Avenue in Highland Square will be home to Pinot's Palette this coming December. The business, a wine drinking and painting studio, is a franchise of a Houston-based company. This will be the second Colorado location- there is one already in Fort Collins.
On its website, Pinot's Pallete explains its concept:
Pinot's Palette is the upscale destination in Denver where you can "Paint. Drink. Have Fun." At our studio, anyone can be an artist and have fun being creative - no art experience required! In two or three hours you can create a festive, whimsical and colorful painting while sipping on your favorite beverage.
This location is the former home of Anthony's Pizza and Pasta, a dine-in and delivery pizza joint and part of a larger local chain that shuttered eight months ago. Several other businesses have closed on the same block, including Boa, an eclectic Asian-Mexican restaurant that shuttered on August 15, Common Grounds which closed in January, and the original Heidi's Deli, which packed up shop last November.
· No Ink! Coffee in Former Common Grounds Space [EDen]
· No Smashburger Location for the Former Venue Space [EDen]
· Highlands Square Is Changing: Anthony's Pizza Shuttered [EDen]
· Matador Restaurant to Open in the Former Heidi's Space [EDen]