Planning your visit


We open at 9:30am and close at 7pm most every day. (Aside from Holidays and various special events we host, which will be noted on our Facebook page)

Our Café is open for lunch at 11am and closes at 6:30pm. You can find our menu on the café page of the website. We do provide concession items (coffee anyone?) from the time we open, however.

When is a good time to come?


What kind of environment are you looking for? Monday through Thursday are significantly quieter than the weekends. This is a great time for babies and toddlers, as bigger kids are in school. This is also a great time for parents who prefer a quieter and more relaxed environment.

Friday, Saturdays and Sundays are our busier days. Lots of visitors, lots of kids running around. We have birthday parties on Friday evenings, Saturdays and Sundays. Parents need to be diligent in watching their children as our volumes are high. Mornings and late afternoons are quieter, with the lunch time being our busiest time of the day.

What Should I Bring?


  • We are a restaurant, so please keep personal snacks at home. We really want to be sensitive to families that have children with allergies, and we know what ingredients the food we provide has in it, which helps us to limit allergen exposures.
  • Formula and baby food are absolutely ok. Feel free to ask if you need anything warmed up!
  • Socks must be worn in our facility. Children and adults, please.
  • We offer free cups for water, but the cups do not have lids. You are welcome to bring a sippy cup or sports bottle to fill with water if you prefer your child to have a lid.
  • It’s a good idea to bring an extra change of clothes for any children that are in diapers or potty training. Just in case!

When Kids are Kids:


Please note that parenting does not stop once you enter the door. It is so important to watch your children as they play. We are not a day-care or respite facility. We do actively watch our areas of play, and will correct any bad behaviors that we see, but we cannot do it alone—as they say, it takes a village! We need parents to also keep an eye on their children as they play to ensure they are playing safely and nicely. Keep in mind that younger children are just beginning to learn how to interact socially with other children and people and struggle to follow rules. They learn by watching us demonstrate how to share and take turns and interact with others, which is an important developmental milestone in social development.

If you find yourself in a position where another child is not acting appropriately or is causing issue, please bring it to our attention so we can help!