Open for breakfast and lunch Beignet Café serves up New Orleans’ favorite powdered sugar treats – read our review before you make the short drive!
One day, while sitting on the couch with a bag of Tortilla chips, I came across a post on Facebook about a Babywearing Ballet class. Read my review before you sign up!
Nestled at the bottom of the rocky hillside, is a playground. It’s not an overly impressive park, but it is pretty in the daylight and surrounded by shady beech trees. There are swings and toddler-sized play equipment, and a covered pavilion with picnic benches. There are also ghosts to play with.
Sure, it’s that time of year where kids can get tons of sweet treats, but what about us parents (and our wallets)? Be sure to keep these awesome Halloween Meal Deals in mind before you go out to trick-or-treat this weekend in Huntsville.
Just another reason not to ever judge a place by a subtle exterior! I can’t tell you how many times I drove right by this gem! Drumstixx has a friendly atmosphere and the staff always welcome you with smiles, the occasional fresh cakes, and off-the-menu items. Plus, there’s always a special!
The Mary G. Hardin Center for Cultural Arts is a quaint and unexpected surprise. We jumped at the chance to return for the newest exhibit, The Art of Andy Warhol: and POP Art the Andy Warhol Studio.