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Sew Crafty's "Fun Zone" to offer parental respite on date nights

Looking to go to Dos Perros... but without your two kids? Want to have dinner with your honey at Rue Cler, but don't want to bring the brood there?

Or thinking about hitting up the Locopops mobile cart, but need someone to stand in loco parentis? (OK, sorry, that was a stretch.)

Toni Mason of downtown's Sew Crafty -- which recently expanded its operations to take up the first floor of its Parrish St. space at the corner of Orange -- may have just the thing for you.

Mason has announced the Fun Zone, a drop-off service starting tonight where parents can leave their kids and walk over to Revolution, Piedmont, Beyu Caffe, Toast and the other downtown dining establishments.

Games, crafts, toys, and a "Bouncy House" are all available to entertain the tykes while you dine out. Children must be three years of age or older, and services are only available Fridays and Saturdays from 6pm to 9:30pm. The space is also available for rental for children's parties.

The cost is $8/hr. with a one-hour minimum; siblings get a discount, and reservations are recommended. Contact Toni Mason at 683-1582 or [email protected]



Fantastic! What an amazing idea and wow will we take advantage of it.


I wish my kid was 3... this place better still be going in two years.

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