Bars Where You Can Get Your DIY on

These creative spaces let you get crafty with a drink in hand.

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FlowerBar

At the Field of Flowers FlowerBar, DIYers can learn how to make various types of flower arrangements, and evening classes come with a free glass of wine. DIYers can enjoy the FlowerBar in three ways: by renting for a party, attending a scheduled floral arrangement class or as a drop-in arranging flowers with a skilled guide.

Revel Craft Bar

Revel's drop-in Craft Bar features a craft menu for DIYers to choose from. The Madison, Wisconsin space provides all the supplies and cocktails and will clean up the mess at the end.

Pretentious Beer Glasses

Learn how to make your own pint glass then hoist a pint at Pretentious Beer Co. in Knoxville, Tennessee. The "formal wear for craft beer" includes aromatic, malty and high gravity glasses in addition to fancy cider glasses. 

London Plane

Part bar and bistro, part flower shop, Seattle's The London Plane offers classes in varietal-specific flowers, wedding bouquets and holiday centerpieces. Classes provide flowers, tools, snacks, wine, beer and other beverages. Upcoming events feature trendy Icelandic poppies and peonies. 

Eventide Brewery

Atlanta brewery Eventide partnered with Homestead Atlanta to create the Curiosity Club. The monthly series features DIY workshops and lectures at the brewery from blacksmithing to screen printing.

The Brush and Barrel

The Brush and Barrel isn't your typical paint and sip studio. They offer art and wine classes and teach basic drawing skills. You'll learn the grid technique and use white charcoal on black paper just like a typical Drawing 101 class.

Brooklyn Bead Box

Learn the basics of bead work while sipping wine. Brooklyn Bead Box offers classes from basic assembly to crimping to peyote stitching and more. Unlike other art classes, you get to wear your creation out the door. 

Bars and Crafts

Get crafty while sipping craft cocktails. The New York City event company Bars and Crafts partners with venues around town so DIYers can plan parties or craft at their favorite bars. Projects include these awesome throwback 90s scratch art coasters.