Monday, June 14

Indoor family entertainment centers to reopen at limited capacity Friday


Friday brings new options for fun places to bring your kids on Long Island.

Urban Air Trampoline is one of many indoor entertainment centers that will be allowed to open after closing more than a year ago, only to reopen for a short stint last fall.

Indoor entertainment centers will be allowed to hold 25% capacity. Urban Air will be ready with temperature checks, masks required and hand sanitizers throughout the center. 

Dave and Buster’s in Islandia will also be able to have a bit more fun — the restaurant has been allowed to have food delivered, but now the games are back on the menu.

The restaurant chain filed had filed suit against Gov. Andrew Cuomo since he allowed casinos and bowling alleys to remain open in many places. It called the closing of their arcade area “arbitrary and unconstitutional.”

While some say they’re excited for the reopenings, others say they’re going to wait a bit before they venture out to those spots.

“Just because people are getting the vaccination doesn’t mean it’s all cured,” says Brigida Dickson, of Central Islip. ” It’s still out there. Especially with the variants and all that.”  



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