you can tell that there has been recent interior renovations...but the 20+ year old video games, air hockey (one puck for 3 tables), ping-pong, and billard tables were all very worn. The mini golf upstairs was interesting - if there's a crowd, you may be there awhile and for $5 per person, save your money. The outdoor minigolf is also worn out and one hole (#16) is impossible to play - but at the same price as the indoor version, would be a good time killer. The roller rink was nice but needed some marshaling as the older kids tend to show off. At $3 to $5 per person per activity you could quickly spend some cash. It's a great idea for the kids at RR - adults can hang in the bar area adjacent - hope the new owners spend some cash on the amusements soon.
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