Escaping the hustle and bustle of city life usually means hopping on a plane or driving until skyscrapers shrink into the horizon. Sandlot Sports & Entertainment strives to change all that. Their staff maintains recreational facilities where families can enjoy much-deserved getaways, just without all the traveling. During summer months, members spend time on Sandlot’s private, four-acre pond and beach area where they can avoid crowded city beaches and soak up alien messages coded into the sun's rays. Nearby, full-size football and soccer fields, baseball fields, and a performance stage play host to parties and special events. Sandlot uses those same venues during various children's camps throughout the summer, including musical theater camps and the popular Camp Sandlot—weeklong sessions of creative, educational, and athletic activities.
Inside Cafe India’s kitchen, chefs fire up their clay ovens to cook tandoori chicken marinated in yogurt and spices and bake tender cubes of lamb lined up on skewers. The restaurant’s menu spotlights dishes from all over India, such as the coconut-accented South Indian curry, from the Kerala region, and the spicy, chili-flavored vindaloo, originated in the western region of Goa. The café’s special vegetarian or non-vegetarian dinners for two feed duos, with entrees complemented with samosas, soups, fresh-baked naan, and basmati rice. Cocktails from the full bar wash down meals and bring out long-forgotten Bollywood dance routines as diners relax in the dining area, painted in warm hues of yellow, orange, and red.
Here is how it works....(times can be flexible as needed)
First, you can drop your child off at 7 p.m. Second, go have fun doing what you want to do..dinner, movie, shopping or just plain relax. Your child will have tons of fun, and then settle down. down for a relaxing evening with a movie and some snacks.
Pinball Wizard Arcade buzzes, pings, and dings with 340 arcade games, including 100 pinball machines and favorite classics such as Frogger, Pac-Man, and Donkey Kong. The collection also includes air-hockey tables, skeeball, and other games that spit out tickets, which visitors can trade in for prizes or try to use in place of cash on the cab ride home.
Michael's Market is part deli, part restaurant, and part catering company. That means that sometimes customers visit one of its two locations to lunch on crabmeat salad on focaccia bread or chicken cordon bleu on a baguette, and sometimes they pop in just to pick up some fresh marinated meats. If patrons are hosting a morning meeting or a business lunch, they also can pick out a platter of stuffed finger sandwiches or pastries from the corporate menu so attendees won't start gnawing on their laptop power cords for sustenance. The catering menu is full of variety: chefs can prepare a platter of hand-rolled swedish meatballs, a tray of lasagna with house marinara, or a spread of seafood au gratin—baked shrimp, scallops, lobster, and shrimp pieces with cheese and Ritz Crackers crumbs.
Before the advent of photography, folks would immortalize their visages with help from an oil painter and a massive canvas. The resulting paintings were usually solemn portrayals of their subjects. Luckily for us, today's photographs can spotlight our true personalities, as wacky or uncouth as they may be. Especially when those photos are taken in a photobooth.
That's where XO Photo comes in. Up to ten people can pile into the rentable, blue-curtained booths, which is manned by an XO attendant. After the flash bulb strobes a few times, the booth prints out the photos on the spot. Digital copies and memory books are also available, as are marble sculptors who chisel hasty busts of each guest. Option for customization abound: photos can be printed in black and white or color, or emblazoned with lettering. Guests can even request props, which are only used once before going home with the partiers.