A few times a month on Friday nights, we open our doors at our summer camp spot in Santa Monica for an evening of cooking lessons for your kids, Lego robotics activities, foozball, dance games, science activities and more!
But here are 5 things you, the parent, can do as your kids are having fun at PNO:
5) Go out for dinner on the Santa Monica Promenade. There are plenty of great restaurants serving everything from Italian pizza at Trastevere to sushi at Monsoon If you’re craving seafood, check out my favorite spot in the city: Blue PlateOysterette.
4) Check out a film. For the latest movies, The Promenade is your go to spot to see artsy fare like Wes Anderson’s gorgeous “The Grand Budapest Hotel” or, if the kids inside you needs to come out, the super awesome “Lego Movie.” You can also check out a classic film at the Aero Theater.
3) Grab your girlfriends and have a Girl’s Night Out. In need of a fun night out with cocktails? Hit up a cool rooftop lounge such as the Hotel Shangri-La or the Vice Roy Hotel.
2) Stay in Enjoy the peace and silence of your house with some take-out Chinese food, a bottle of wine and catch up on your favorite shows from House of Cards to Modern Family.
1) Treat yourself! Your kids are having a good time, so why not enjoy yourself as well? Enjoy a glass of fine wine at Bodega Wine Bar, a massage at The Massage Place or grab an ice cream and play games at the Santa Monicapier.
There’s plenty to do!
And what will your kids be up to?
At our next PNO your kids will enjoy a delicious meal of:
– Homemade Pasta: Learn how to crank at fresh pasta, tossed in a tasty Alfredo and Marinara sauce
– Caesar Salad, a tasty green salad in a lemon-Parmesan dressing
– Baked Chicken Milanese, a breaded and baked classic Italian dish
– Chocolate Chip Cookies for dessert!
Meanwhile, Lego Robotics kids will engage in the “Hammer Car Rampage!” Build the super fun “Hammer Car” bot and see how you can do against our “challenges”
Other Games / Activities:
– Just Dance 2014 on the PS3! Dance your heart out
– Night Tag, a fun low-lit game of hide and seek
– Gak-making, learn the science of liquid to solids that you can play with