Change things up with The Tour You Can't Refuse, an edible mystery tour in Rockville Centre
Duration:  3hrs - 5hrs
Cancellation:  No refunds for cancelled bookings
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- Follow the clues that lead to the culprit behind “Baby Joe” Crimini falling dead asleep in his pasta.
- Work with your friends and family to narrow down the list of suspects and find the culprit.
- Race against the clock in this edible mystery tour!
- Mystery adventure
- 3 savory sensations, 2 sweet stops, and a quirky retail joint
- About 1/2 mile total of outdoor walking is required between venues.
- Tours are guided by a web application, so groups should have at least one tech-savvy person.
- Not just dessert! This challenge includes a full meal.
- We cannot accommodate dietary restrictions, but we do our best to notify our affiliated restaurants of any restrictions.
- If you have a food allergy, please be sure to ask your server at each restaurant if the dish being served is safe for you.
- Under 17s must be accompanied by an adult
- Minimum group size is 3 people and the maximum is 8 people
- Guests under 18 should be accompanied by an adult for safety (and assistance with cultural references/trivia!). We do not recommend bringing children under 12 years of age
- All sales are final. Cancellations will not be refunded
- Rescheduling is sometimes possible with sufficient notice
Feb 3, 2020
I took my 13yo daughter and 4 of her friends to celebrate her birthday so you are aware of our demographic. We had a great time! Pros: 1) The food was awesome and plentiful! I found some great new restaurants I would like to go back and try for dinner at another time. 2) And finding each “STOP” along the way was super simple - I had anxiety we wouldn’t know where to go for each stop - I don’t think it even crossed the kids minds lol. 3) loved the puzzle solving activity at the terrarium place Cons: 1) It was much too “simple” - there really was no challenge - we were thinking we were going to be solving a mystery which would have some puzzle and or scavenger hunt kind of component to it and really, you were spoon fed everything. It would have been nice if it were a little more challenging and you had to work a little more and for those who really couldn’t figure it out - you could always get clues from waitstaff. 2) the concept of it being entirely on the phone, especially for the demographic I was with sort of backfired as it encouraged the group to be on their phones on the app all through the meals instead of engaging with each other. My daughter kept yelling at her friends “phones down - let’s communicate with each other” - in a day and age where communication is rapidly dying - it would be better if there were more games or puzzles the groups had to solve together over dinner that are NOT on a phone - telling people to put a phone down and not go ahead is like saying “there’s candy in this bag but don’t open it” to a toddler. 3) maybe work on the website a little - it makes the entire process sound like a bar crawl. I absolutely could NOT send it out to 2 of the parents of the girls coming bc if they saw the website they would not have allowed their girls to come - I know they are overprotective parents but it mentions alcohol and drinking enough to really make it seem like it’s a bar crawl and that really isn’t what it is. We really did have a good time. I think it’s an excellent concept that could be tweaked a little bit to make something good into something great.
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