Humdingers is a Hit!
Whether you’re a kid or just a kid at heart, Humdingers is a playground for all ages.
Whether you’re a kid or just a kid at heart, Humdingers is a playground for all ages. Don’t save it for a rainy day— this smorgasbord of amusements is a family destination and a night out with friends.
There are plenty of new and classic arcade games (Skeeball or Pac-Man, anyone?) to keep everyone occupied as well as 12 full-size bowling lanes.
“The batting cages are great,” says Marcos Munoz, 38, of Hackensack, who took a few swings this past winter. A former college hardball player, Munoz gave a thumbs up to the cages, which have a variety of speeds for baseball and softball.
If you work up an appetite after all the activities, Humdingers’ restaurant serves traditional bowling alley food (burgers, pizza, sandwiches, fries, and more) but also offers fresh salads, garden burgers and vegetarian quesadillas. Humdingers is BYOB, but the bar is stocked with soda fountain-type beverages. Sounds like a home run of a place! Humdingers, 64 E. Midland Ave., Paramus, 201.701.1900; humdingersnj.com
Did You Know?
Vin Scully Field in Bogota was named after the Hall of Fame announcer. Scully lived in Bogota when he began as the radio and television announcer for the then-Brooklyn Dodgers in 1950.