December 11, 2013
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Bar and bat mitzvahs at Grand Prix New York

Off to the races

for The Brooklyn Paper
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Grand Prix houses a high-tech bowling facility with twelve public lanes and seven VIP lanes available for private parties.
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The 118,000-square-foot facility boasts two European-inspired indoor tracks.
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The Monte Carlo features popular games such as Fruit Ninja and NBA Hoops, plus it offers players the opportunity to win prizes.
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Grand Prix just launched the Art Garage, a full-service studio where guests can paint their own pottery, make jewelry, tie dye, and so much more.
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Create your own pottery at Art Garage.
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Chow down on Buffalo chicken spring rolls, beef and chicken sliders, or thin crust pizza, all at affordable prices at Grand Prix’s Fuel restaurant.
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Bounce houses are also available.

It is no easy task to keep kids entertained, but Grand Prix New York makes it seem like a breeze. The premier indoor entertainment center boasts all kinds of fun activities and is the only large-scale indoor racing, social entertainment, and corporate event venue in the New York City-metro area. Best of all, adults can also get in on the fun. Grand Prix offers go-kart racing, bowling, simulated racing, a state-of-the-art arcade, and an arts and crafts room, as well as a restaurant and bar. Think of Grand Prix as a one-stop entertainment destination full of activities that will keep your children and their friends smiling all day long.

Grand Prix is an ideal venue for hosting corporate or social events, including meetings and banquets. Eight separate or combinable function areas are available, with private meeting rooms, exhibit spaces, a gaming room, lounges, and dining rooms. Rooms include flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi, wireless microphones, projectors, and more.

“Grand Prix New York is a great place to hold a bar or bat mitzvah because the entertainment and fun are built right into the venue,” says Grand Prix founder, Nat Mundy. “Last summer, Grand Prix launched the Art Garage, a full-service studio where guests can paint their own pottery, make jewelry, tie dye, and so much more. A bar or bat mitzvah at the Art Garage is an event people will talk about long after it’s over.”

And with so many activities to choose from, it’s easy to make a day of it. The 118,000-square-foot facility boasts two European-inspired indoor tracks, which are 24-feet wide and over a quarter of a mile in length. Watch your children speed down the track or challenge them to a race in a championship-caliber Sodi GT5 go-kart.

In addition to motor sports, Grand Prix also houses a high-tech bowling facility with twelve public lanes and seven VIP lanes available for private parties. The venue’s Spins Bowl also includes a comfortable, yet stylish lounge area, private lessons, and league play.

The Monte Carlo arcade features popular games such as Fruit Ninja and NBA Hoops, plus it offers players the opportunity to win prizes. Adults can take advantage of the two modern pool tables while kids hit the joysticks. There’s also miniature golf and one of the largest bounce houses in the county.

You will probably need to replenish your energy supply with all the activities Grand Prix has to offer. Fortunately, you won’t need to go off site. Fuel, the location’s award-winning restaurant and bar, features food that both kids and adults can enjoy. Chow down on Buffalo chicken spring rolls, beef and chicken sliders, or thin crust pizza, all at affordable prices.

Grand Prix is also heavily involved in the community and has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for local charities since its inception in 2008.

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