Stacks of pancakes. Plates of sizzling fajitas. Half-pound sirloin burgers. The restaurant's casual confines and the military vets that run the place have been serving our country for more than 28 years. But whether customers go for mexican, soul food, or something that combines the two?like the refried beans and southern-fried pork chop on the Mexi-Soul breakfast plate?the food all falls within the definition of comfort food.
Laser Legend's black-lit arena surrounds players in a scene that seems straight out of a science-fiction movie. Glowing planets and stars backdrop the 5,000-square-foot space, where fog creeps out from behind neon-blue walls and 14 robots guard bases. Up to eight teams fire lasers across two levels, competing during match types such as capture the flag or tickle the flag until it says uncle. The phosphorescent ambience also extends to the Glo Golf course, where alien forests and caves surround golfers as they line up putts. The course employs a multi-hole system that allows Laser Legend’s intergalactic greenskeepers to change the cup locations each week. Elsewhere, more than 40 games, such as Sno Cross, Dirty Driving, Doodle Jump, and Juke-n-Box, create a symphony of electronic beeps in the arcade.
The aromas of fresh-baked breadsticks lure visitors into the onsite restaurant, Noble Roman's Pizza, where chefs fry chicken wings, assemble italian-beef subs, and slide pepperoni pizzas into the oven. This casual Italian cuisine also fuels stomachs within Laser Legend's party rooms, where guests can watch satellite TV and birthday kids eat a breadstick for every year they've had teeth.
As the wakeboards, waterskies, and skateboards of The Texas Ski Ranch zoom about outside, the Spring Loaded Indoor Trampoline Park facility holds airborne activities of its own. Trampolines stretch across the more than 15,000-square-foot facility, pulsating beneath the socks of leaping, tumbling, and flipping adults and youngsters alike. The venue also houses inflatable bounce houses for tinier guests, and come Tuesday nights, colorful balls sail through the air during weekly dodge-ball games. The staff hosts birthdays throughout the year, along with Mommy and Me sessions and fitness classes.
At Dougs Barbque, guests can expect one of the better-priced meals in New Braunfels. Whether you are visiting for the good quality, friendly service, or both, you'll always leave this restaurant satisfied.
Though the overall price can be a bit on the low side, you won't be sacrificing any quality.
If you just feel like stopping by for a drink, the restaurant has helpful bar staff (and a good selection behind the bar).
When you add it all up, Dougs Barbque definitely won't leave you disappointed.
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