Good for cheap hot dogs and fries. Everything is old school here. They even have those red plastic ketchup bottles at each table.
Small greasy and cheap. Some types may be grossed out by the fryers based menu, but if you don't care much about the five food groups, it makes a decent place to stop by.
Saw the Dark Knight here. Fantastic experience in IMAX. Though, don't sit in the front row. THe screen will literally wrap around you and you'll hurt your neck following a conversation between two characters. Other theatres are pretty much par for the course in medium sized movie complexes.
An indoor complex with two pools (one for diving) plus a kiddie pool. The big pool is for adults with its swimming lanes half. It's got something for everyone, but it's frequently reserved by the local high school for events.
Reasonable prices. lots of lanes. My only gripe is on league night when the place just fills with smoke. The smell really sticks around.
They have a long sloping pool with gradually increasing depth rather than a regular rectangle one. In addition, there's slides and nozzles for the kids. Overall, this is essentially a kids' pool, because the swimming lanes are very short. There is a diving pool that is separate though.
The warmest, softest cookies at 60 cents each. Who could resist? Until you realize that you can make a batch for cheaper. But still, they have magical warming drawers, that keep everything as fresh as just out of the oven.
A good community library with a big kid's section. Layout isn't confusing at all. And their computer presence has increased over the years.
They have bowling and pool, but as expected they charge by the game or by the hour. Prices seemed a little high.
Standard setup. Multiple pools for kids, diving and the main pool with the swimming lanes. Prices have gone up lately though.