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Black lights spill across an indoor arena, casting a fluorescent glow over a squadron of laser-tag players as they wait silently for the start of a new round. Suddenly, fast-paced music blares and the air is filled with more flashes of red than a confused stoplight. Friendly battles like these are everyday occurrences at Fun Station. The sprawling family-centric center houses everything from air hockey, to skee-ball, to a miniature bowling alley. Laughter emerges from within colliding bumper cars, while pizza and hotdogs anchor the snack shop's menu. The family attractions also extend outside, where visitors are often found settling land disputes at a miniature-golf course or speed across a tire-lined go-kart track.

1171 Main St
Gouldsboro,
PA
US

Inspired by her Jewish family heritage, Susan Herlands opened My Mother's Delicacies Inc. in 1988 to share her grandmother's respected rugelach recipe and other traditional treats that are certified kosher dairy. Shoppers can peruse an assortment of the coveted, hand-rolled rugelach ($14.99/lb.), a crescent- or square-shaped pastry crafted using a buttery, flaky, cream-cheese-infused crust and speckled with cinnamon, sugar, or nuts. A pound of Hungarian hand-rolled kipfel cookies ($14.99) bubbles over with raspberry, walnut, or apricot fillings, and a small tin of black and white cookies ($21.95) dazzles dessert lovers with a duochromatic treat as decadent as snacking on a 1920s film star. The shop sells pastries individually and by the pound as well as platters and gift towers sizeable enough for parties or a high tea with longtime frenemy Betty Crocker.

501 S Washington Ave
Scranton,
PA
US

The chefs of Four Seasons Asian Bistro pull culinary inspiration from countries across Asia, from the spicy curries of Thailand to the tangy teriyaki dishes of Japan. They fold fresh seafood into a variety of creative sushi rolls, garnishing them with innovative toppings such as honey wasabi and mango sauce. At table-side hibachi grills, the chefs dramatically sizzle up plump morsels of steak, lobster, and scallops before audiences of captivated diners. Their guests perch on soft red chairs and banquettes in the elegant dining room, sipping on passion fruit martinis and lychee sangria.

1146 South Main Avenue
Scranton,
PA
US

The cooks at New Amber Indian Restaurant expertly season their Punjabi Indian dishes with a wide range of carefully selected spices. Whether it's marinating chicken in yogurt and freshly ground spices before cooking them in the clay tandoor oven or seasoning shrimp curry, the cooks strive to bring out all the traditional flavors in each dish.

3505 Birney Ave
Moosic,
PA
US