It's interesting, kinda campy but fun. They have live characters such
as vampires, werewolves, mad scientists, etc. running around the place,
along with some really amazing interactive puppets that come to life
and interact with people at the weirdest moments. There's different
rooms like "The Mad Scientist's Lab", etc. Might be a place to go out
to eat that's fun and a little different. I'm told that the food's
really good, but the strawberry cheesecake mousse is utterly "to die
for". Check it out and see if you agree.
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Before you buy.
Anyhow, it is kinda cheesy, but it was fun. Lots of stuff moves around and
talks. It would be most exciting for kids that have outgrown
Chuck-E-Cheese, but it was fun even for the adults that were there.
Different characters come by the table and occasionally there are little
"shows" on the stage, lightning storms, etc.
The food is nothing too unusual, but everything looked decent. Maybe
similar to Dave and Busters. We just had some pasta and a pizza, which were
good. The meatloaf sounded good, but I wasn't terribly hungry.
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I kinda have to disagree about Logan's. It's not gourmet food, but good for
what you'd expect from a "roadhouse". The chicken-fried ribeye was quite
good, and my father said his steak was pretty good - and inexpensive, too.
Jeff Edwards <paranoia...@airmail.net> wrote in message