The kids aren't screaming for ice cream inside Game On Frozen Yogurt. Rather, kids and their attendant adults tend to hoot in tandem at the simultaneous stimulation of frozen yogurt and a flashy collection of old-school arcade games. In the unique shop, bystanders guzzle 100% organic, kosher Honey Hills Farm frozen yogurt while friends tackle the harder levels of games on Sega Genesis, Nintendo, and Super Nintendo systems. Each guest can customize yogurt cups which a choice of more than 120 toppings, including strawberries, M&M's, fresh kiwi, candy flavored bacon, six types of bobas, nutella, and ginger candy. For kids who can't get enough and parents who want to teach true chivalry with a well-worn copy of Zelda, customers can take home vintage video games from the store's arcade resale shop.
Amidst the vivid walls of SweetMango, colorful ribbons of low-fat and fat-free premium frozen yogurt twist into simple cups. Visitors can customizing yogurt at the toppings bar, which hosts a rotating array of fresh-cut fruits, bobas, graham crackers, or hot fudge. To celebrate the perpetually changing seasons, the SweetMango crew frequently whips up festive flavors, holiday-inspired treats, and lickable clocks.
J.D. Legends nourishes entertainment-hungry families with a massive facility stocked with bowling, a restaurant offering Southern-style fare, a bar, and an arcade. The 24-lane bowling alley features a new-and-improved scoring system to better capture lane-skipping curveballs and light-speed strikes. During open-play hours, shoes gently cradle the feet of their temporary masters as lanes brace themselves for the hurtling of bowling balls down their slender midsections. The lanes frequently host themed parties and events, including cosmic bowling every Friday and Saturday night.
The facility?s art-deco carpeting and citrus-colored decorations invigorate bowlers with game-enhancing visions of early 20th-century French heydays and afternoons spent lazing about under yellowed skies.
Equal parts sports fanatics and wings enthusiasts, Wildcat Wings owners Gordon and Emerie Duke create a culinary environment that mirrors the vibrancy of a live sporting event. The idea for Wildcat Wings came to them while rooting on Kentucky versus UCONN in the 2011 NCAA basketball Final Four game. Sensing that wings were the missing ingredient to celebrating the game properly, they quickly discovered the area was lacking an eatery to meet that need. The next thing they knew, both Gordon and Emerie were in their own restaurant slinging more than 20 sauces to slather golden-fried wings in everything from a bourbon glaze and mango habanero to honey mustard and peanut butter and jelly. They also pour frosty brews such as Kentucky Ale with which patrons can wash down feasts of wings and chicken tenders. To keep Gordon and Emerie’s inspiration ever-present, the venue’s TVs air all UK games, as well as broadcasting other sports, including baseball, football, and full-contact Connect Four.