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- BumbleMember ofLocal CultureFamily TravelersFoodiesHistory BuffsFeb 26, 2014
When you have toddlers, going to restaurants can be a pain. Bumble takes the sting out of these painful restaurant experiences. It is in fact, a god-send for parents with young kids. Tucked away on 145 First Street, this farm to table cafe housed in a dreamy little white cottage has the perfect set-up for young kids. A sandbox in front, while parents can kick back and sip their lemonade, a mesmerizing tropical fish tank while mommys down their latte and even a room where you can send your kids to play (for a fee, of course). There's also an adults room (when the kids are just too much). Bumble comes equipped with a fully stacked diaper changing station so that unprepared parents like me can keep calm and enjoy the coffee. (take note: popular on weekends)Recommended for:
- BumbleMember ofFamily TravelersFoodiesWellness+ 5Sep 05, 2013
I give Bumble 5 stars for being such a uniquely catering to parents and kids in such an awesome way! At Bumble, you feel like you're walking into a sunny house that has all sorts of kids amenities--sandbox, wall length saltwater fish tank, a whole play area room--but also areas carved out for actual dining. The seating is spacious so you can maneuver those high chairs which bumping into annoyed neighbors. Kids get a special menu with tons of options, and milk is served in cups that are more spill-proof than the usual soda fountain cups with straws that restaurants normally give. Madeline (15 months old) had Pinkalicious pancakes and strawberries. She was in heaven. I was delighted to see that the pancakes were not loaded with sure.Recommended for: