At The Party Zone USA—a 44,000-square-foot indoor-recreation center that has recently changed hands to a new owner—guests satisfy their need for speed during hours of active play. Youngsters and adults alike accelerate through twists, turns, and vertical drops on a dragon-themed roller coaster or test their mettle on other amusement-park rides. A Lazer Runner arena and an aeroball court let patrons improve their dodging skills, whereas bumper cars give wee ones a chance to bash into their friends and safely practice parallel parking. Kids can also accrue long strings of prize-earning tickets inside the center's huge arcade.
The assortment of activities and live performances makes the entertainment complex an ideal spot for birthday parties and other group events. The new owners are also planning to add a food court with snacks such as Nathan's Famous hot dogs, Hershey's ice cream, and Starbucks coffee.
It's hard for kids to keep their feet on the ground inside Jumpin Jakes. Areas to jump, bounce, and climb spread across the play space, which encompasses bounce houses and giant slides among other structures. A toddler zone accommodates younger visitors (Jumpin Jakes welcomes kids aged 2?10), and a snack bar sates hunger between bounces. For even more fun, the play center has video games, music, and an interactive light floor.
With their exotic look and beverages, tiki bars evoke faraway tropical paradises. Constructed from authentic bamboo and thatch, the rental tiki bars from Tiki Photo 2 Go bring that sense of bliss to events throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut. Members of Tiki Photo 2 Go’s bartending team—many of whom draw on more than 10 years of experience—craft tropical drinks as guests lounge around the bar donning hats and leis upon request.
More props such as boas, masks, and oversized sunglasses await visitors at one of Tiki Photo 2 Go’s photo booths. The company’s 5'x5' and 10'x10' booths accommodate up to 8 and 20 guests, respectively, who strike poses for a series of four shots displayed on a monitor inside the booth. A high-speed printer dispenses unlimited pairs of sepia, black-and-white, or color prints within seconds—one for guests to include in their scrapbook and one to stuff in a stranger's. The strips can be customized with a personalized logo, message, or colors that match the colors and theme of your event.
Joker Photobooths' attendants haul their booths to pump up the festivities at weddings, bar and bat mitzvahs, and graduation parties across the east coast. Each booth is outfitted with a camera that snaps high-resolution images (more than 10 megapixels) as subjects strike poses. Logos and captions add a personalized touch to photos, which are assembled as classic 2 x 6 inch photo strips. The booth can be customized to suit various color schemes, welcoming up to four guests at a time to pose before one of 11 backgrounds. During each event, Joker Photobooths' staff will assemble photo albums that contain a copy of every photo taken at the event.
While up to 22 kids clamber into the game truck?s trailer to challenge each other at various video games, another 16 convene along its exteriors to play. Arcade N Fun doesn?t just bring the fun to kids? events, though; the party truck travels to weddings, sporting events, fundraisers, and bachelor parties. To complement the intense gaming experience, the truck also comes outfitted with 15 widescreen HDTVs, surround sound, laser lights, strobes, and even a fog machine.
The family that owns Valley Cottage Deli & Catering whips up just the right food for any occasion—whether that occasion is a laid-back brunch with friends or graduations or communions. Diners can stop into the eatery for pancakes, omelets, and waffles in the morning, or gourmet Boar's Head deli sandwiches and home-made salads at lunch. Chefs cater all types of events with hors d'oeuvres, Italian entrees, and desserts that they prepare onsite. And food isn't the only thing they bring to events; they'll also rent out chairs, tables, dinnerware, and party gear such as popcorn machines and 6-foot charcoal grills.