Thinking of trying your hand at skating? Check out Chiller Ice Rinks in Dublin for some exhilarating laps around the rink.
Next time you're in the neighborhood, this club should be at the top of your list with their amazing restaurant.
Grab the kids when you head to this club — its family-oriented atmosphere perfect for the whole clan.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Upon crossing the threshold at United Skates of America, a barrage of shimmering lights and colors assault the senses. A disco ball scatters rainbow shards of light across metallic streamers and low barriers striped with colorful lights. A glossy wooden rink acts as the centerpiece of the whimsical decor, packed with roller skaters during public hours. The vibe of open sessions evolves throughout the week in stride with rotating jams, from Top 40 hits to the hip-hop and R & B of the '80s and '90s. There are supportive Skate Mates, whom kids can grab hold of as they skate round the rink. Novice rollers glide like pros after skating lessons, held in five-week sessions by a team of veteran rollers, and partygoers zoom around the oval track during birthday bashes. An arcade and roller café offer safe haven for the athletically averse or those still mastering bipedality.
The chatter from an arcade drifts across the rink at Skate Zone 71, coupled with the aroma of freshly made pizza filling the air near the cafe. There's also the alto blare of faux laser fire in a laser-tag area, and sometimes DJs spinning top 40, hip hop, and R&B. There are public skating sessions as well as evenings just for adults, and the space is an ideal venue for hosting children's birthday parties or gently breaking the fact that the wheel already exists to an excited inventor.
If you're up for an exhilarating work-out or maybe just a casual skate around rink with the kids, check out Osu Ice Rink in Columbus.
Head on over to the in-house restaurant for a delectable meal.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Opened during the 1950s, Skate America has sent multiple generations of Grove City residents and visitors whirring across its spacious skating floor. Today, the facility accompanies trips around the rink with laser-light shows, a 10-foot video screen, and DJs who spin family-favorable jams, such as Top 40 hits and auto-tuned remixes of the alphabet. The snack bar—better known as Pizza Town Café—fills free hands with fresh eats, and in the game room, high scores turn into piles of tickets that can be traded in for prizes or used as makeshift stunt cushions beneath bunk beds. In addition to public sessions, Skate America also plays host to birthday parties and group functions, as well as year-round lessons for amateur wheelers.
There's an exhilarating freedom to skating that the folks at Lou and Gib Reese Ice Arena in Newark certainly know how to provide.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.