Although they also teach riders the skills and confidence to climb into the saddle, White Horse Equestrian's first mission has always been to rescue horses. Frequently saving colts and fillies from racetracks, the staff aims not only to give them a better life but also a purpose. During 30-minute riding lessons, pupils mount western saddles to take to the nearby trails or get their chops in the riding ring.
Inflatable bounce houses, chalkboard rooms, and arcade games comprise The Jump Palace's indoor playground for kids. This safely contained facility presents children with opportunities to run, jump, and play to their hearts' content without worrying about breaking a vase or scaring the pet goldfish. The Jump Palace features a main playground for kids and a smaller one for toddlers. Parents, meanwhile, can entertain themselves with flat-screen TVs and free WiFi. There's also a restuarant that serves pizza, wings, and cupcakes from D'Angelos Delights.
Crowned the Best Irish Pub of 2010 by CityVoters, Brubaker's serves up an extensive menu of pub edibles alongside a lively atmosphere and TVs sporting the latest in athletic endeavors. Quiet nagging hunger mufflers with appetizers such as barbecue-chicken potato skins ($5.75) and the super pretzel with mustard, salsa, or nacho cheese ($2), or tongue-dive into a specialty dish, such as the chicken cordon "bru" ($6.75), the buffalo-chicken wrap ($5.50), or the mega dog ($4). Brubaker's burritos wrap various fillings in the fresh-baked arms of nine-inch tortillas and come in varietals such as the Popeye ($5.50), a hulkifying combination of spinach-artichoke dip, tomatoes, onions, shredded cheddar, and ranch dressing. Brubaker's also offers a wide-ranging beer selection to indulge the fermented fantasies of Prohibition-era taste buds.