Hawaii Mom Blog: Clay Cafe Hawaii




May 18, 2014

Clay Cafe Hawaii

Clay Cafe Hawaii, located in Ward Warehouse, is a place where you can tap into your artistic side and paint your own pottery. They have a wide selection of unpainted ceramic pieces and have many styles and paints to choose from so you can create your own unique piece. It's great for both kids and adults and a great activity for the whole family. 

First, you choose from the many unpainted ceramic pieces. 

Then you select your paints to create your own paint palette. Clay Cafe also provides brushes, stencils, and stamps. 

Then, you paint. 

Once you are done, you turn it in to the staff and in about 7 to 10 days, your piece will be ready to be picked up. 

What I really liked about Clay Cafe is that they serve coffee, espresso, teas, bubble drinks and gelato! How awesome is that?! Very awesome in my book!

Clay Cafe also does parties. You can have your child's birthday party at their store or you can have a take out party where they will pack up pieces and the supplies you will need to do it at home. They even offer a mobile studio party for 50 or more people where they will bring to your event the ceramic pieces and the painting supplies. 

They are open Monday through  Saturday from 10am to 9pm and Sundays from 10am to 6pm. 

Clay Cafe Hawaii 
Ward Warehouse (near the main stage) 1050 Ala Moana Blvd.
Honolulu, HI 96814 

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