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From journal Atlanta
June 22, 2005
Similar in many respects to Dave and Busters in nearby Marietta, this facility can be a playground for adults---there's a skybox bar that only admits those 21 years and older, as well as an adult race track and a Fuddruckers restaurant---but you can also have a good time here with the whole family.
Buy a game card for the arcade. Climb the rock wall. Ride the zip line. Or get into a race!
The race cars themselves are very expensive to drive. You're looking at $20 for an adult ride on the challenging track. Twelve dollars buys you about 15 minutes for your son or daughter to indulge a need for speed on a basic circle. Plus, they get you again by charging a one-time $7 driver's license fee. In other words, you can blow through money quicker than Andretti can get into a winner's circle. But talk about photo ops!
After a short orientation video that's full of enough wit to keep it interesting, drivers get "suited up" and choose a helmet. My son and his best friend looked like mini-Italian speedsters as they walked toward the track. We loved cheering the two on as a staff member waved the appropriate flags at the start and finish line.
Tip: Go on a Saturday morning for fewer crowds. The later at night you go, the more adults and less "family" atmosphere it has.
For more information, check out Andretti's website at www.andrettiindoorkarting.com.
From journal Atlanta with the Family