Dogs may be man's best friend, but having a horse show up at your wedding is more likely to impress. Milwaukee Coach and Carriage arranges such romantic gestures with its fleet of well-mannered equines and spacious coaches. Its custom wagon rides wend to and from marriage ceremonies as well as birthday parties, grand openings, and other special events, imbuing passengers? evenings with timeless flair and romance.
For a more casual trot around the city, Milwaukee Coach and Carriage also leads 30- or 60-minute tours of downtown, rolling past popular landmarks to create a memorable date without getting involved in a high-speed chase. Each wagon holds up to four adults and two children total, though 12-person wagons are available for larger groups.
Snuggly situated within one of Madison’s largest health clubs, the Capital Fitness yoga studio offers a serene reprieve from the intense muscle maintenance occurring outside the studio. Here, guests find workouts that test both body and mind, where certified instructors tweak postures according to tradition and the abilities of each practitioner. Beginners build a firm foundation for practice in classes such as gentle flow or alignment yoga, which focuses on correct positioning and ends with an optional head massage to calm the mind and erase all memories of Cats Don’t Dance. Advanced study leads stretchers to kundalini classes, which combine deeper poses with breath work and meditation, while vinyasa flow yoga turns up the heat and the pace in a heated studio that promotes deeper stretches and increased energy.
Classes often incorporate soothing extras such as calming music, aromatherapy, and moisturizing drops for third eyes. Come summer time, the building opens its roof top studio to allow students to stretch their stuff in the fresh air, surrounded by inspiring views of Madison’s scenic lakes and landmarks such as the Capitol building.
A new character is always showing up at Kidz Town. Depending on the day, the playful municipality might welcome a face painter, a magician, or maybe even a juggler who finally found a use for his invisible third hand. These special guests complement an ever-present collection of play equipment, toys, books, and crafts spread across the indoor play center's 3,000 square feet.
Here, kids can assume the identities of firefighters, teachers inside a red schoolhouse, or anything else their imaginations dream up while parents supervise their play. To encourage long days of fun, Kidz Town lets guests bring in lunch or purchase snacks and drinks onsite. Summer months also bring camps, which feature a variety of themes, such as dinosaurs, science, painting, and fitness
At Ellipse Fitness, the only pieces of machinery that you operate are the levers, pulleys, and ball-and-socket mechanisms of your own skeleton. The gyms abstain from treadmills and bikes in favor of a full class schedule and a cooperative group atmosphere. With 35 or more lessons scheduled per week, certified instructors guide students of all experience levels through an ever-changing line-up of strength and cardio drills. These routines incorporate tools such as resistance bands, TRX suspension cords, kettle bells, battling ropes, and kickboxing equipment, though the primary instrument is always the human physique.
In addition to their standard classes, the staff also hosts boot-camp sessions and seminars on mastering your metabolism. Their weight-loss programs encompass weekly check-ins, during which clients receive nutritional resources and gauge their progress by taking measurements instead of stockpiling all the food they didn't eat in a jar. Regardless of its ultimate goal, each Ellipse Fitness regimen involves personal attention and a holistic, full-body approach to wellness.
Staff Size: 25?50 people
Average Duration of Services: 2?4 hours
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Brands Used: Zappi's Pizza, Slush Puppie, Pepsi, Laserforce
Recommended Age Group: All Ages
Pro Tip: Fill out a waiver online before arriving if you plan to play trampoline dodgeball.
Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Laser tag, trampoline dodgeball, pizza
What is the one feature of your business that you're most proud of?
When you walk into Lasertag Adventure, you are entering another world. Our facility is heavily themed with wall-to-ceiling murals including our Magma Mania arcade with a phenomenal black-light volcanic theme. Our laser-tag arena has multiple levels of jungle ruins that allow your imagination to soar as you embark on your adventure.
Have you ever been a patron of your own business? If so, what was the most enjoyable part?
Yes. I love that we can provide a great entertainment experience for guests of all ages. Children, parents, and grandparents all have a smile on their face when they finish playing laser tag.
As the old adage says, "Stuff happens." What training do you and your staff have to stay ahead of the unexpected?
Every position at Lasertag Adventure includes detailed training to ensure we are proving our guests with a great experience. [Providing a] safe environment, safe activities, and enthusiastic fun are critical aspects of our training.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
[We are] Milwaukee?s first multi-level laser-tag arena. A TV sitcom pilot, Mediocracy, was filmed on-location at Lasertag Adventure in 2012. Our recent expansion added trampoline dodgeball, mini bowling, a laser maze, a larger arcade, an observation deck, and a pizza restaurant.
Housed in the historic Ramada Plaza Hotel, Cibo Steaks & Spirits hosts a team of culinary wizards who craft hearty bread-bound edibles by day and a dinner menu brimming with Italian-inspired plates by night. Noontime noshers can start with an order of mozzarella sticks ($5) or red pepper poppers ($5.50) before wrapping mitts around a lightly breaded buffalo chicken sandwich ($6) or a charbroiled brat burger ($6), which hides its identity crisis beneath a thick cloak of sauerkraut and mustard.