TGA of Bergen County's staffers know golf and tennis, but above all else, they know kids. The highly trained pros and education experts have teamed up to design age-specific golf and tennis programs that not only teach children the rules of the game but also instill valuable life lessons, education, and a love for physical fitness. A proud USTA National Partner, the TGA develops its methodologies and curriculum in conjunction with the USTA's youth tennis standards. As children swing clubs and rackets, the instructors stress playing fair and developing self-confidence through success, giving them positive motivation and praise after they sink a tricky putt or hit a winner on the tennis court. The classes are interspersed with academic lessons on subjects such as math, science, and history, and of course, a healthy dose of fun. Whether the prescreened and certified instructors are leading kids in a summer camp or after-school program, they provide all the clubs, rackets, balls, and robo-caddies needed.
Imagine the excitement kids must feel when Rockin' Gamin' Parties' 30-foot trailer?a limo-style video-gaming experience with nine 50" televisions and 20 XRocker gaming chairs?pulls up to their house. Inside the trailer, each screen hooks up to a library of modern games, which become even more exhilarating when pumped through a high-quality sound system, enhanced by special effects lighting. The trailer can even transform to become a mini-stage for karaoke, with room for dancing. Rockin' Gamin' Parties caters to birthday parties, bar mitzvahs, corporate events, and clients of all ages looking to cut loose on a special occasion.
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Most popular offering: Rockin' Gamin' Theatre
Pro Tip: The Rockin' Gamin' Theatre shows up at their front door.
Good for Kids: Yes
It's easy to make any dish vegetarian at Roy Thai. Chefs reimagine almost every entree around veggies, such as bamboo shoots, eggplant, or kaffir lime leaves. This includes numerous curries and spicy-sweet stir fries. But that doesn't mean they leave meat-lovers in the lurch?plenty of their Thai staples come loaded with beef, pork, chicken, or seafood. There are even two sections of the menu devoted to duck (try it deep-fried or roasted) and seafood (including crispy whole fish and a hot pot of shrimp).