Third Coast Clay

★★★★☆
  • 230 Franklin Rd

    Franklin, TN 37064

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  • 615-599-2200

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Mon-Thu 10am-7pm Fri-Sat 10am-9pm Sun 1pm-5pm

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I am not an artist, but I have an artist's eye. The owner and staff of Third Coast Clay made me feel special - like a true artist - when I went there to paint one afternoon. I just did it to take the edge off after a not-so-great day. I left smiling! This is one of Nashville/Franklin's treasure troves.

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I am not an artist, but I have an artist's eye. The owner and staff of Third Coast Clay made me feel special - like a true artist - when I went there to paint one afternoon. I just did it to take the edge off after a not-so-great day. I left smiling! This is one of Nashville/Franklin's treasure troves.

Pros: best atmosphere, best service, best staff

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Third Coast is like any other make-your-own pottery with moderate pricing and ample supplies to choose from. The only thing to make it stand out or fall flat would be the customer service. While friendly to help us get going on our projects (I was there with a ten year old and a six year old), once set up, they were no where to be found. They could be heard, laughing and hanging out in the back, but every time we needed something, we had to go find them. Then an adult (owner? manager?) showed up and I thought she would be a plus. Her friendliness was even more a let down; very curt, short, not an enjoyer of her job, as she checked me out as though she were doing me a favor. I'll try Brush Fire in Green Hills next time.

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Third Coast is like any other make-your-own pottery with moderate pricing and ample supplies to choose from. The only thing to make it stand out or fall flat would be the customer service. While friendly to help us get going on our projects (I was there with a ten year old and a six year old), once set up, they were no where to be found. They could be heard, laughing and hanging out in the back, but every time we needed something, we had to go find them. Then an adult (owner? manager?) showed up and I thought she would be a plus. Her friendliness was even more a let down; very curt, short, not an enjoyer of her job, as she checked me out as though she were doing me a favor. I'll try Brush Fire in Green Hills next time.

Pros: Good variety

Cons: Terrible customer service

 

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