The Woodstock Inn wants to be your favorite place. We serve fresh, delicious hand-crafted American food in a relaxed pub atmosphere. Familiar favorites and tempting daily specials are offered in the restaurant and bar. along with a wide selection of liquors, wines and beers. Live music from some of the best bands around.
With a dollop each of love, joy, peace, and patience, Little Hands Cookie Company enriches young lives with creative baking sessions bringing parents, children, teachers, and community members together with fresh ingredients and tasty morsels. Sixty-minutes of drop-in baking and cookie decorating includes icing, sprinkles, and an apron and chef's hat, allowing youngsters to bake and decorate their delicious treats in batter-proofed style. Each dessert progeny walks away with a tummy filled with wholesome sweets and a new skill set perfect for wowing the critics at the teddy-bear picnic.
Tom's Sports Tavern serves savory, old-fashioned deli sandwiches to hungry patrons basking in the glow of the 14 flat-panel TVs. Insinuate an unconventional crustacean flavor into a Tex-Mex favorite with a crab quesadilla ($11) or crab nachos ($11) while ravenous Ravens fans rave about Ray Lewis. The double-header club sates ambitious appetites with a team of turkey, ham, bacon, and american cheese ($8.50), while baskets of Corona-battered popcorn shrimp indicate the tavern's campaign to receive more invitations to cinema-themed slumber parties ($7). Tom's also taunts taste buds with more conventional bar fare, such as wings ($8.99 for 10), burgers ($6.50+), and deliciously upholstered barstools. Fresh-air fanatics can opt to sip suds from the full-service patio bar, reveling in cool breeze caused by especially zippy spacecrafts.
Staffed by experienced local musicians and DJs, One Sound Music Academy instructs tune-crafters of all disciplines. Brass, woodwind, string, percussion, and voice lessons hone skills for players of all ages and skill levels. The academy’s traditional music programs take their cues from the Maryland state music curriculum, and courses can culminate in student recitals. Group and private DJ lessons cover topics such as music theory, genre mixing, and blending, teaching aspiring jockeys how to mix floor-filling party anthems from vinyl or CDs.
Hot Skates Roller Skating Center tempts skilled skaters and fledgling gliders alike with a spacious facility, themed events, and refreshing snacks. As hit songs drift overhead, patrons strap on a pair of four-wheeled loafers to flit about the facility’s spacious wooden floor in daily public-skate sessions, 2.5–4 hours depending on the day. Wednesday freestyle nights let skaters 18 and older show off their best tricks—including the figure eight and the itemized tax deduction—from 7:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m., and gospel nights keep families rolling with spiritual tunes on Monday from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Novices receive assistance from one of Hot Skate’s helpful skate mates, a triangular contraption designed to prop up rollers-in-training. Between songs, skaters nosh on pizza and sip soft drinks to fuel up, preventing hunger-induced distraction and dangerous mid-rink chili cook-offs.
The Bowling Classic hosted by Haruki Nakamura and other Ravens players gives football fans the chance to meet up to six players while bowling for a charitable cause. Attendees talk football and strategize cross-lane tackles as they bowl, wander, and mingle with Haruki, who will spend time at each lane alongside Ravens players and fans. Guests can compare an 8"x10" signed photo to Nakamura's actual likeness as they bid in a silent auction or enter raffles to win Ravens memorabilia and tickets. The winning team will receive a basket of autographed Ravens items, which they can hoist overhead or spike to the ground in victory. Bowlers can whet whistles and toast to big-league dreams at the full bar or nosh on concessions available from area vendors. Part of the event's proceeds will be donated to a charity of Haruki's choice.