Fragrant smoke flows through hoses as customers relax on cushy sofas and armchairs inside Voodoo Hookah Lounge. Staff members refresh the hookahs' glowing charcoals and fill hookahs from their stock of 40 flavors of fresh shisha—including such popular offerings as lemon mint, double apple, and spiced chai—for patrons to puff or mix and match into custom blends. Patrons can also shop for at-home smoking supplies—including shisha, hookahs, and e-hookahs—or they can purchase energy drinks, Coca-Cola products, and snacks to enjoy as they lounge.
Brothers Ben and Jon Campopiano didn't start their careers by just appearing out of a cornfield like Shoeless Joe Jackson does in every sports movie. Both Ben and Jon coached baseball at Northgate High School, where they led teams into the post-season and helped youth athletes hone their skills. Today, Ben works as the Director of Baseball Operations at Santa Clara University, and Jon serves as Northgate High School's Vice Principal. At Bronco Baseball Academy, they distill their years of expertise into weeklong camps for players aged 5–13 years. Along with their fellow baseball instructors, the brothers Campopiano lead drills and games that focus on all aspects of the game: throwing, catching, hitting, base running, and everything in between. They also work alongside a certified athletic trainer, who ensures players stay safe and healthy throughout each day of training.
Black Diamond Kids Center has been providing exciting sports instruction and activities to thousands of kids since 1998. At Black Diamond Kids Center we are about creating a special place for your child to learn, grow, and succeed in all areas of their lives.
Uno Chicago Grill's epicurean engineers craft traditional deep-dish pies, which beckon hungry stomachs from an expansive menu of classic Italian and international fusion fare. Pizza patrons ignite appetites with gourmet appetizers, such as buffalo-chicken quesadillas ($10.99), before diving head first into a robust selection of deep-dish pizzas. The Chicago Classic ($10.99 for an individual size) coddles a Windy City sampling of crumbled sausage, chunky tomato sauce, and fresh cheeses on a thick-crusted flavor bed, and the Spinoccoli ($10.99 for an individual size) anchors a dough boat with spinach, broccoli, tomatoes, and feta. Uno Chicago's other stomach-satiating options run the gamut from small- and full-size pasta plates ($7.49+/$12.49+) to juicy burgers ($9.29+) and certified Angus steaks ($16.99+).
Customers must redeem this Groupon by visiting Aladino’s Pizza before Antioch Indoor Sports Center. Pizza will not be delivered but may be carried out and enjoyed inside the sports center. Public skating hours are Saturdays from 12:30 p.m. to 6 p.m., unless a private event is scheduled.