BounceU transports kids to an inflatable, climate-controlled playground, where they bound and boomerang about in a safe, secure environment. Children can pretend to be Buzz Aldrin in a kangaroo pouch during the open-bounce sessions, which take place at various times throughout the week, last up to an hour and a half, and are accompanied by music. Adults are welcome to act like 8-year-olds and join the vivacious youngsters in the playground, where they can duel with the foam-shooting equipment or mount the climbing structures while imagining they're the stars of Michael Flatley's Riverbounce. The attentive BounceU staff monitors the rebounding playground at all times, ensuring that the facilities are safe and clean.
Chefs at Curry King fold together long noodles, shoyu, and Japanese curry to pack curry and ramen dishes into patrons' stomach suitcases. Ramen noodles bathe in bowls of dark miso or white paitan broth, twisting around toppings such as shoyu pork, kimchi, and tofu to create eight savory dishes ($6.25–$7.88) and spell out urgent messages from kitchen utensils. Chicken, pork, or spam katsu ($7.55), swaddled in a coat of breadcrumbs, gambol atop plates with curry rice or tumble onto forks with ramen noodles ($7.25). Other traditional Japanese dishes, such as pork yakisoba ($6.55), eel donburi ($8.88), and shrimp tempura with cold noodles ($7.88) transport taste buds to the Far East without the need for tongue-based teleportation devices.
At Frazzio Premium Frozen Yogurt Café, guests pour their own cool treats, blending frozen-yogurt flavors and customizing them with a selection of 33 toppings. Many of Frazzio's flavors are low fat or nonfat, including choices such as pomegranate raspberry, cake batter, dulce de leche, and key lime.
Stampin' & Scrappin' Time stuffs its store with neat rows of vibrant paper, stamps, craft supplies, and more while helping shoppers craft memorably charming handmade cards and scrapbooks. Peruse the vast inventory of colored and patterned paper ($.50–$1.99/sheet) to begin crafting tableaus of past family vacations, first days of school, and victorious backyard chinchilla races. Hero Arts wood and cling rubber stamps ($7.35–$15.35) and Memory Box wood stamps ($6.35–$11.35) sport letters, filigrees, shapes, and more, allowing crafty customers to dip them in colorful inks ($4.35–$9.35) and add instant flair to pencil sketches of Parisian pigeon parades. Decorate a newly purchased white Ferrari with pens, markers, and watercolor pencils ($3.35–$8.85) and garnish the resulting creation with a selection of stickers ($2.35–$5.35) to finally impress blasé preschoolers. The creative and amenable staff stays on hand to offer advice, suggestions, and tips and tricks.