At Wacky Zack's Magic, maestros school budding illusionists in the elements of deception. They provide simple step-by-step instruction as they demonstrate how to extract magic from everyday items such as rubber bands and envelopes. The emporium also sells magic accessories, pranks, and balloons to twist into fantastical shapes or functional hamster pillows.
Party America's extensive arsenal of decorations and gear enlivens all types of celebratory gatherings, including holidays, graduations, and themed events. Add pizzazz to a young child's birthday or professional retirement with a bouquet of Disney princess balloons ($2.49) or Mickey Mouse balloons ($2.49). Party America's range of invitations can herald anything from a baby shower to an over-the-hill bash ($0.99–$4.79), and a set of 20 colorful apple-red plates ($5.79) helps to support cake in colorful style. Alternatively, adults and kids can festively don a Batman outfit ($19.99)—one of many seasonally available costumes—just like Robin does when no one is looking.
You’ll get one hour of studio time with a sound expert, which includes not only the recording, but also the meticulous mixing of all vocal and instrument levels to make them just right by the time your finished song is handed over in MP3 format. Burned CDs of your in-studio work can also be purchased for $5 each. Two Groupons can be purchased and combined for a two-hour session, but any additional hours must be purchased at full price. If recording vocals, be sure to bring along an instrumental version of the song that will be infused with the sounds of your pipes.
Serrano’s extensive menu features a full spread of authentic Mexican appetizers, enchiladas, fajitas, sandwiches, and more. Make the flavorful most of the preprandial course with a combo mini appetizer platter, a delectable spread of beef flautas, chicken and cheese rollups, and stuffed jalapeños ($9.50). For the prand itself, diners can avail their faces of house specialties such as the machaca, shredded beef or chicken with chili, tomatoes, onions, rice, and beans saddled up next to a posse of flour tortillas ($9.75). Seafood lovers, and people who once dropped an engagement ring into the ocean and are searching for it one fish at a time, can explore the seafood favorites, such as the diverse Del Mar Sampler, featuring a shrimp enchilada, halibut steak, and garlic shrimp served with rice and Mexican-style veggies ($14.95).
With each half-mile lap, drivers steer high-performance karts around 15 distinct turns as their wheels rise and fall with the changing elevation of the Briggs & Stratton Karting Complex. It is upon this track that students of the Bondurant SuperKart School flex their newly formed or regularly maintained karting muscles, putting into practice instruction from beginner and advanced courses. The school operates under the 20-year experience of Alan Rudolph, a master go-kart racer appointed by Bob Bondurant—world-champion driver and father of SuperKart's parent organization, the Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving.
A lot can happen in 10,000 square feet of space, especially at Fazio's Catering Hall. With seating for up to 250 guests, a VIP room with a big-screen TV, two full bars, a full kitchen, and even more amenities, everything from birthday parties to Murder Mystery dinner shows can take residency in the single-space facility. Catering options are also available, with a menu including food such as baked ziti, eggplant parmigiana, and tortellini pesto with grilled chicken.