First of all, my son had a blast here. But from a parents point of view it was really cramped and their wasn't a lot of room. The toys they had seemed old and needed to be replaced. I don't know if there was enough staff but their didn't seem to be enough people. One of the biggest disappointment was the Lego factory. I thought there would be someone there to give a tour and there was no one. Half the buttons didn't even work. The race track would have been fun but the kids there were hogging all the wheels and there just wasn't enough for everyone to build a car. There was only one person at the café taking orders and I waited in line for 45 minutes for a drink. The large lego people were covered in dust. But on a good note the 4D movie was great and the firefighter playground was lots of fun and the lady working there made sure the kids were safe and made sure to let the parents know that the kids couldn't leave the playground with out their parents present. Of course my son didn't notice these things he was just happy to be there.
Mondays and Wednesdays are more loungy and personal, but a great atmosphere and menu with great service and really really really hot bartenders! Now Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays are a different story at this place! HangOvers Buckhead owns the whole buckhead block with the best looking crowd, great music, cheap drinks, sexiest staff I have ever seen, and the staff is always so nice. Everything about this place is perfect and wouldn't change a thing. Great job guys!
Hands On Atlanta sponsors large days of service in many metro counties- Hands On Atlanta Day in October, Martin Luther King Jr Service Summit in January, Technology Service Days, and more. They also sponsor corporate service projects and lots of school programs. I highly recommend using them if you are new to the area and looking to meet people, or want to get your kids involved in service at a young age. They do all the legwork to connect you to groups that fit your needs.