BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — BocaNewsNow.com has confirmed that Playtown Cafe, an extremely popular indoor play center for kids ranging from infants through elementary school age is closing in the next few weeks.
The owner of the strip mall at 441 just south of Yamato is apparently preparing to renovate the aging property and ousted Playtown.
It is unclear what will become of the 5100 square foot mega playground that featured a cafe serving excellent food. Parents routinely found Playtown to be a clean, safe, well-managed operation with dedicated, long-time employees.
The pending closing of Playtown follows the shuttering of Latte Fun in Coral Springs. Unlike Playtown Cafe, parents often complained that Latte Fun was poorly designed and managed, with teens frequently being charged with monitoring and managing the facility that featured a large slide that dumped pre-school aged kids into a foam pit.
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