At each Jump!Zone locale nationwide, children aged 2–12 race through themed play areas, bounce on inflatables, and fly down giant slides. Boys and girls can become airborne in SpongeBob SquarePants and Atlantis-themed bouncers or slide near the vigilant figure of Batman, which, as in real life, is 16 feet tall and filled with air. Kids 18 months and older can tackle a multi-level play-zone maze, and the whole family can blast away in the ball-o-city ball-shooting arena. Meanwhile, Jump!Zone's interactive arcade caters to older children and teens who'd rather game than bounce.
Tots with aspirations to be firefighters slide into a bouncy fire truck, and hopeful time travelers acquaint themselves with their future by examining prehistory in the Jurassic Adventure. Pintsize play timers can dispatch their financial stresses in the Toddler Zone. While the kids play, their adult counterparts can enjoy complimentary coffee, relax in the café, use Jump!Zone's free WiFi and computer, and finally have time to recite the periodic table of elements in peace. Check the schedule for open-play hours.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular offering: Wedding, bridesmaids, and prom dresses
Pro Tip: Call to make an appointment to prevent long waits on busy days but walk-ins available as well.
Walk-ins Welcome: Yes
Cafe Taraiz is a family friendly cafe. We serve traditional American food like hamburgers, salad, pasta & a variety of sandwiches. We also offer Mediterranean food, hummus, falafel, kabobs & much more. Cafe Taraiz has something for everyone. Stop in for a bite to eat or pick up one of our prepared meals to go.
In 2011, King’s first year in business, owners Johann and Philipp Sitter had to expand his space from a 40-seat dining room to a 200-seat restaurant and beer garden. The customer response aligned with the press response: That same year, Houston Press included King’s sausage sampler on their list of 100 Favorite Dishes and in 2012, GermanDeli.com voted King's the Best German Restaurant in America. They were excited to find the restaurant served “the kind of hearty yet fresh sausages and schnitzels that Houston has long lacked,” and singled out the weisswurst for having “the texture of sifted pate, light and airy.”
In addition to meals built from family recipes, patrons can revel in an extensive selection of German brews. Beer tour samplers allow guests to sip on four or all of the draft beers, but those ready to commit to a single draft can sign a marriage certificate for a 3-liter das boot. Thursday through Saturday, groups can listen to live music from German house bands on the beer garden.
Recently featured on KHOU-TV and in 002Houston magazine, Green Plate Kids gives harried parents a wholesome reprieve from meal preparation with a nutritious menu of kid-friendly breakfasts, lunches, snacks, and dinners. Furnish sparse lunch satchels with energy-replenishing meals such as the turkey taco kit ($4.95), or cover unsightly holes in the dinner table with a large platter of turkey meatloaf with cauliflower mashed potatoes ($23.95, feeds four).
Divined by Chef Emilio Chavez, Decco Café's modern American breakfast and lunch menus surge with classic dishes prepared with deliciously artful twists. The day's inaugural meal can be coroneted with an egg-centric dish, such as the huevos rancheros ($9), or a pro-fruit and nut candidate, the banana macadamia pancakes with orange butter ($7). Fighting off troublesome social constructs like "salad" and "sandwich," the lemon-tarragon chicken-salad sandwich ($10) embraces its true nature and satisfies supporters of both camps. Blooming with crabmeat in an orange sauce reduction, the portobello mushrooms ($12) have been rumored to thrill lunchers with dynamic flavors and a streamlined shape, a must-have for unexpected food fights.