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From journal Weekend Trip to Nashville
August 3, 2005
The neat thing about this restaurant is the atmosphere--you are in a rainforest with animals, rain, shooting stars, etc. It is loud, but kids will love it. It also has a nice souvenir shop [like the Aquarium].
From journal Music City, USA
June 21, 2004
As we were being seated, we were informed that the elephants next to us would move every 15 mins and that there would be thunderstorms every 30 mins. We took our 2 children (ages 9 & 2) and our 2 year old was sitting right next to the elephants. He kept looking at the biggest one, not sure what to think of it. Then it started to "come to life". Needless to say, he kinda got a little scared and didn't want any part of sitting right next to it anymore.
Both our boys loved the fish tank and had a lot of fun trying to be the first to spot Dory (the blue fish from Finding Nemo). When they were looking at the tank, the thunderstorm started, and the 2 year old - once again - ran for the safety of my arms and wanted down again as soon as it was over.
The restaurant also had snakes, gorillas, butterflies, fish, elephants, a rainbow, and great sound effects. The bar had stools that were designed to look like the hind end of animals like zebras, lions, tigers, elephants, etc. They also had steam/smoke effects throughout. This was definitely an experience within the dining experience.
In addition, the food was delicious, and there was plenty to choose from. They had steaks, seafood, kids menu with mini hot dogs and pizza, sandwiches, soups and salads. There was one dessert that stood out among all the others. It was called the Volcano. This was ice cream topped with brownies (triangled on top) which was topped with more ice cream and chocolate. On top was a sparkler and as it was served, the server would holler "VOLCANOOOOO" as they brought it out. I would definitely recommend this to anyone and will never forget the experience.
Have your cameras ready when you go!
From journal Relaxing in Nashville
March 8, 2004
From journal New Year's in Nashville
NEW LEXINGTON, Ohio
August 22, 2003
From journal NASHVILLE