World of BouncePlayground • Grove City, United States
My chiropractor loves when I come here.
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Damn! I cancel class one day and lose the mayorship. I'll get you Gadget!
Russell is the server to have! Hard working and detail oriented… spot on!
Really good food, but a bit of an identity crisis. 3/4 burgers next to pan-asian dishes. Classy interiors and smashing pumpkins and the cure over the speakers.
99.9% of the menu is fucking phenomenal. Just don't order the coffee.
9/10/11: stop by the Farmers Market Kids Club Stand, today only! Donatos parking lot.
Disappointing to go here now knowing how great it used to be.
Nice laid-back place, but they only accept cash or check. Embarrassing when you don't know this ahead of time.
Hostess was a little moody and the main courses were a bit bland, but serving staff was friendly and served a great beet salad and manhattan.
How is it that I was just ousted as the mayor in the middle of March when this venue does not currently exist? And it only exists on Saturday when it does, not Friday. Someone is cheating.
#ToDoHack1) Have crappy battery life on laptop.2) Go to sbux where no outlets work.3) Turn off WiFi to save battery.4) Race your power!
Great coffee! Shitty customer service. Let's try a little "hey, how's it going?" and eye contact.
Not a very family friendly location. Only two low-top tables and the staff take up one… forcing kids onto parents laps at high-tops. Not safe.
You can catch the CABS NE, CLS, CC, ER, or BV here. Also connection available to COTA #7 or #66.
Youth Services hosts all kinds of fun things for the kids. Our favs are Fancy Nancy Parties & Lego Club. Ask for details at the Youth Desk or go online to Marysvillelib.org
Designed by Peter Eisenman and Richard Trott in 1989, The Wexner can feel alternately cramped and spacious; it can be disorienting to the point of near nausea (grids, grids, grids!)
The Wexner is named after donor Leslie H. Wexner, founder of the Limited, Inc. retail chain, a man preternaturally active in the city’s philanthropic affairs.
The Wexner is blessed with a site-specific work by Maya Lin, "Groundswell," and terrific landscaped gardens, by landscape architect Laurie Olin, to the north and west of the building.
Designed by the world renowned architect Philip Johnson & John Burgee of Collins, Reimer & Gordon Architects in 1992; along with the SEL next door.
Designed by the world renowned architect Philip Johnson & John Burgee of Collins, Reimer & Gordon Architects in 1992; along with the Mathematics Tower next door.