At Trampoline Cageball & Climbing Gym, visitors build strength, endurance, and awareness while participating in contact-free competition on several obstacle courses and inside innovative sports arenas. The facility's namesake, trampoline cageball, places participants in a one-on-one contest on an enclosed, Olympic-size trampoline. Players can reach heights up to 14 feet in the air while attempting to toss a 20-ounce palmable ball into the opponent's hoop, in a game that unifies the basic concepts of basketball, volleyball, and moon ballet.
In addition to burning calories and strengthening vestigial wings, visitors exercise total body musculature on obstacle courses such as the Ninja Warrior. Ninja Warrior challenges participants with varying routes on a 17-foot climbing wall and a ladder that requires significant upper body strength and a desire to impress potential mates in order to finish. Trampoline Cageball & Climbing Gym also provides free weights, slack lines, and climbing ropes.
The shelves inside Sarah's Sassy Boutique blossom with trendy wearables from casual to formal. Keep bare appendages warm with the buttonless gray cardigan ($18.50), or showcase sleek, chiseled elbows with the brown-striped T-shirt ($17). Leopard-print yoga pants ($26) add a realistic touch to cat poses, and the vibrant pink sleeveless dress with lace appliqués and feminine ruffles ($18) provides a monochromic backdrop for leopard bronze cuffs ($9) or the shimmering sequined handbag ($22). Pintsize patrons can peruse the toddlers' section that boasts zebra-print booties with delicate rose accents ($11.50) and glistening butterfly wings ($7.50) for dress-up days or field trips to the tax attorney's office.
At Dudley's Wine & Gifts’ laid-back tastings, casually dressed patrons sip vintages to the stereo sounds of rock, soul, and reggae, eschewing the stuffy jacket-and-tie-please attitude of many wine events. At each tasting, knowledgeable staff members obligingly answer all manner of queries—from "What vintage is this pinot?" to "How come it's not spelled 'w-h-i-n-e'?"—helping to cultivate a welcoming and unpretentious atmosphere. Theme nights such as Thursday’s Singles Night and Wednesday’s networking event bring together groups of like-minded drinkers to slap each other’s backs and sip subtle merlots in Dudley’s bright, high-ceilinged tasting room. After swishing a glass, tasters can browse Dudley's cache of gift items, such as its famous tulip corkscrew, or entertain onlookers by reading wine labels aloud in Pig Latin.
Cuisine Type: American pub-style
Most popular offering: Beer flights and our Kibbles 'n' Bits
Delivery / Take-out Available: Yes
Alcohol: Beer and wine only
Number of Tables: 25?50
Outdoor Seating: No
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Pro Tip: Friday nights are awesome to come. Happy hour from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and live music from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
In your own words, how would you describe your menu?
We have the best flatbreads, paninis, and sliders. Our chef does an amazing job in the kitchen. We also have a very popular appetizer called Kibbles 'n' Bits. It's our beer-braised pulled pork with cheese, onions, bell peppers, green onions, and tomatoes topped with our barbecue sauce and sour cream. It's a must-try when you come to the brewery.
Has your business won any awards?
We have won awards. Last year our honey rye won best light beer at the Monte Carlo night at Wilson Creek Winery.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
Bulldog Brewery is a family owned and operated brewery. We love what we do here and we really enjoy talking to our customers and making their experience great. We are a unique brewery because we do understand that beer might not be everyone's thing, and because of that we offer local wine and our delicious housemade sangria. Bulldog is not just a tasting room, it's a place where you can spend your night having fun with your family and friends, watch your favorite sports team, or celebrate an occasion. We would personally like to invite you to stop by and enjoy a brew or two.
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