With more than 20 frozen-yogurt flavors, upward of 50 toppings, and the freedom to combine them in any combination, the variety of treats that Bad Frog Frozen Yogurt's customers can devise is virtually infinite. Customers grab a cup and head to the treat dispensers for yogurt, all of which carry the live-culture seal. Though the flavors may change frequently, the shop always offers nonfat, low-fat, and no-sugar-added options to let health-minded customers indulge without guilt and to let frat boys save room on rowdy frozen-yogurt crawls. Once flavors are selected, visitors sidle up to the toppings bar to customize their treat with strawberries, Oreos, or morsels of mochi.
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Times of play are different depending on the play area and day, so check the schedule before you go. This Groupon can also be applied toward birthday parties. Parents live vicariously through their kids because they’re secretly jealous of their ability to drink from totally awesome juice boxes without getting the stink-eye from the boss during company meetings. At Run, Jump,-n-Play, kids can do that and much more while interacting with others and benefiting from healthy exercise amid thousands of square feet of fun. While boinging in bounce houses ($7 on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday for kids older than two; $8 on Thursdays), swinging through playsets ($5), plinking phosphorescent balls ($4.95 for kids 3–7, $6.95 for 8+), and hurling larger phosphorescent orbs at neon-colored pins ($15 for a half-hour, $26 for one hour; up to five children per lane), kids also learn valuable independent skills that will help them develop socially en route to productive careers as princesses, astronauts, and ponies.
Master photographer Mark Garber gathers children, families, and engaged couples for in-studio or on-location photo shoots. During weddings, he snaps candid photos as couples say “I do” and share their first dance. After shoots, Garber’s work can be framed and placed on a mantel, hung on a wall, or dangled from a rearview mirror.