Bungalo805 opens this week (courtesy photos) By Lauren Bray
A new social club for parents and littles officially opens this week, Bicycle Bob’s closed after 40 years, the Lobero Theatre celebrates 150 years, and more.
Here’s the latest roundup of business news on Santa Barbara’s south coast: Bungalo805 Hosts Grand Opening Events
The private social club for both parents and children is opening this week with a series of fun events.
Bungalo805 is the brainchild of Erin Kanaley, a mom of twin toddlers who created the space for exhausted caregivers and active kids. She bills it as a "sophisticated gathering place where Grown-Ups don’t have to compromise and Littles can be themselves."
Kanaley has thought of it all, a chic "boobie room" for nursing moms, a cafe space serving food and adult beverages, mini fridges stocked with kid-friendly snacks in various locations, comfortable plushy seats, and a variety of entertainment options for all ages. The open concept space is specially designed and sectioned so adults can keep a birds-eye view of knee-high bipeds who are sectioned off by enclosed play areas.
Bungalo has partnered with a variety of family-friendly organizations to provide enrichment classes such as YellowBird music, My Gym, and Santa Barbara Dance Arts, to name a few. While kids are busy learning, adults are free to get a massage or chiropractic adjustment on site.The official opening date is Wednesday, February 1st with special events running through February 12th at its newly renovated located, 28 W. Figueroa Street. Discounted guest passes are […]
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