Inmans is a great entertainment venue for kids to adults. They have bowling, go carts, bumper boats, arcade games, pools tables, mini golf and laser tag. There is even fast food located inside the building so you dont have to leave. Though Inmans is getting old and somewhat shabby with dirty carpet and dingy walls, its still a ton of fun. My mom and sister played laser tag against my grandfather and me, after that me and my 5 year old daughter bowled and played a ton of games. They even have special nights for teenagers with things like black light bowling. I think if this place was updated it could be really great.
This resort was nice once upon a time. It was off by itself with a serene little pond behind it. Now the hotel is falling apart, its literally surrounded by shops and my nice little pond is sludge. The price isnt terrible and the spa was good last time I checked. The occasionally offer these Murder Mystery weekend getaways, where you try and solve a murder and everyone has a part. Its supposed to be really fun but its too expensive for me to have ever been able to try it.
This is one of those Greek owner and run establishments that supposedly feature American type food but doesnt taste like anything youve ever had. I have a strong dislike for these places, as the food is awful and the restaurant is often dismal and shabby. Bright Spot fits right in this category, Ive been once and that was one time too many.
By far the biggest library Ive ever been too. Boasting an incredible 63,000+ square feet on 3 floors, there was never a book I was looking for that they didnt have. The grounds were well cared for and you could often see someone out on the lawn in the spring, reading. A wonderful selection and wonderful establishment, one you could lose yourself in easily.
A local farmers market, Jansens has been around for at least the last 20 years. The fresh fruit and vegetables are way better than anything youd find in a grocery store. The prices are better too. The only drawback is the popularity of the place often means they sell out of the good stuff quick, so get there early. Then even have rainbow colored Evergreens for Christmas.
Im a huge book buff; usually the library is my Mecca. However, the Hobart Library was small, with the shelves way to close together and such a limited selection. Even browsing was difficult with the other people trying to get around you, plus everything I wanted specifically was located at another library. Just going in the doors I get claustrophobic. From now on I'll just start at another library and save myself the trouble.
This breakfast place looked promising, so my daughter, grandfather and I stopped in one morning. All three of us were very disappointed. Not only was the food awful, but the coffee wasnt good and the maple syrup (that theyre known for) was unpleasant as well. Not to mention we rarely saw the waitress. After forcing down an unpleasant meal my daughter and I made a quick stop in the ladies room, something I would not suggest, it was dirty and dingy and just plain gross. My little girl was so upset after having to eat yucky pancakes and use the durrty potty. Were sticking to IHOP from now on.
This store is like heaven. Glass cases of chocolates lined up for you to buy. The prices are high but thats typical of Fannie May. This store location is always clean with the friendliest people working behind the counter and really great chocolates. I like to buy one piece of several chocolates and build my own box.
A cookie cutter bridal shop, I know, but they are national for a reason. They have a huge selection of basic, tacky, and down right ugly but reasonably priced (even cheap) gowns. To change their off the rack image, they now have designer gowns in store. I found the most beautiful and costly gown there that is now my wedding gown. The also have all the accessories to coordinate, and several discounts on other things for shopping there. The staff isnt the nicest and most of the consultants are rude and unhelpful. There is one great consultant named Portia, request her if you can and by the end of your shopping trip youll feel like shes part of your family helping you plan your wedding.
This is a great wholesale club. They have one of everything at super cheap prices. From electronics, to outdoor furniture, to food, to playground equipment, to clothes, there isnt anything you cant buy here. We buy everything here: a tv, a tent, food for parties, cleaning supplies, baby diapers. The only thing Im not thrilled about is there is only one brand of each item, so if you dont like that brand youre out of luck. But the people are very friendly and on the weekends they have a ton of samples. The membership cost is low too.