Though it's not a stated goal of the staff at Super Jump Party Zone Auburn, after a party here, little ones are sure to be all tuckered out. The store-front space is stacked with inflatable play structures designed to help kids 12 and under burn off excess energy. Twin slides stretch 22 feet into the air, while an air-filled obstacle course challenges problem-solving skills as well as a child's sense of balance in a much more fun way than making them walk on tightropes to get to the cookies. In the private party room, guests perch on spacious picnic tables while the birthday child holds court on an inflatable throne. Meanwhile, parents can keep one eye on the action on the 15-foot screen, on which staff can project the big game.
The Little Gym fosters the healthy growth of children by allowing them to progress at their own pace in a nonthreatening, nurturing environment. As wee ones from 4 months to 12 years-old tackle challenges, overcome fears, and learn to confidently express their opinions about Platonic theory, The Little Gym's original music graces their ears and supports their lessons. The month includes four classes that let tots develop through weekly, age-specific curriculum, with programs including pre-school/kindergarten gymnastics, dance, sports-skills development, and karate.
With an extensive menu of island-inspired eats, the eatery blissfully deserts feasters on an island of inspired cuisine. Start with an order of Spam musubi and enjoy the canned delicacy swaddled in a nori wrap with egg and rice ($4.95) or go for an order of Shanghai-style lumpia, a Pac Island family recipe of pork, shrimp, and vegetables in an eggroll-esque package ($5.50). Dinner at the eatery offers an abundant bounty of nourishment, with everything from noodles, rice, and burgers to their 13 barbecue combination platters. The loli chicken and Kalua pork, whose delectable pairing of barbecue chicken and slow-smoked pulled pork saut?ed with cabbage ($10.49) was crowned best entree in the 2007 Taste of Tacoma festival, while the teriyaki-marinated kalbi short ribs ($10.95) was top entree in 2006. Most platters are served with two scoops of rice and either macaroni salad or island slaw. Salute sweet teeth with a tropical-fruit smoothie ($4.50), slice of pineapple upside-down cake ($3.75), or slice of molten-chocolate "luv-a-lava" cake ($5.95).
With a vast selection of chair covers and specialty linens, Platinum Designs makes it easy to decorate a venue for any event. The company, which garnered a WeddingWire Bride's Choice award in 2013, rents out covers for folding chairs, round-top chairs, and other designs, as well as festive chair sashes in a variety of colors and fabrics. Event hosts can work with a design consultant to customize tabletops with elegant tablecloths, charger plates, and linen napkins in 30 hues.
For classic barbecue, head to General's BBQ in Kent's Kent district.
If you prefer to eat healthy, you'll find tons of fresh selections on General's BBQ's menu.
General's BBQ is kid-friendly, so little ones are welcome to tag along.
Enjoy the vibe here with a business casual dress code.
Call General's BBQ for catering if you have a big event coming up.
With delivery and take-out options, you can enjoy General's BBQ's cooking from the comfort of your own living room.
Don't spend time searching for parking — diners are welcome to use the adjoining lot.
Prices at General's BBQ are a bargain (usually less than $15 for a meal), so you'll have plenty of cash left over to treat a friend (or two).
Fresh squid. Deep-fried scallops. Szechwan spicy prawns. Live fish. These are just a sampling of the many seafood dishes that help Imperial Garden Seafood Restaurant live up to its name. Here, the menu brims with dried, fried, and fresh seafood offerings next to an abundance of classic Chinese dishes such as Peking duck, sweet and sour pork, and beef chow fun. The eatery also whips up an array of dim sum including prawn with Chinese parsley dumplings, fried taro, and satay beef honeycomp tripe.