A destination for serves and volleys year-round, Sportime Quogue offers both indoor and outdoor courts to keep tennis players swinging even through the coldest months. Beyond just the 22 outdoor and four indoor Har-True clay courts, the fully-equipped center also features a heated outdoor pool, a health and fitness club, and child-care services on-site. After a workout, drop in to the spa and wellness center for a massage, or stop by the cafe to see how fast you can chug a stranger's smoothie.
Gateway Playhouse is in the middle of its 61st year of theatrical entertainment, having attracted top-flight actors and directors from New York and around the world. The company’s production of Hairspray pumps positivity into the classic musical about a plump teenager chasing down aspirations to boogie down on television. Eighth-note fans of '60s culture and the shimmy-inducing R & B grooves will immediately dig Hairspray’s music and lighting-fast costume changes.
There's always something going on at Village Idiot Pub, where drink specials abound and live music takes the stage each weekend. A menu of pub grub tempts diners with starters such as lobster wontons and mac 'n' cheese wedges, along with beefy burgers topped with bacon and jalapeños. For finger-licking eats, the pub also prepares chicken wings in 11 sauces, from trademark buffalo to the super-spicy atomic.
For 25 years, instructors at Julie's Gym have been guiding kids and teens through noncompetitive curricula. Gymnastics classes and teams abound, but the school also features baby and toddler play groups, tumbling, and karate. There are even fitness classes for grownups. Private and group lessons, camps, and birthday parties at Julie's Gym blend fun, fitness, and education in a supportive environment.