A warm staff, efficient service, and authentic Dominican cuisine all await at Mangú Delight, according to its early fans. The new food truck made its debut a couple of months ago—an undeniably difficult time for the restaurant industry. But this food truck seems to have staying power!
That’s thanks, in large part, to signature bites like the empanadas. Customers say they’re massive, and they come stuffed with ingredients like pork and cheese, shrimp, or beef. Head to the eatery’s Instagram page to see what types of meat the chef is serving up that day! It usually includes Dominican-style ribs and steak, plus a few other options, with sides like white rice, beans, and plantains. Make sure you save room for bread pudding or pan de yuca for dessert! The food truck has some first-come, first-serve outdoor seating, and face masks are required to order and retrieve your food.Read More
If you thought the ziplines and climbing at The Adventure Park was fun in the summer, just wait until Glow in the Park! Now that the holiday season is here, The Adventure Park has transformed their exciting mid-air obstacle course to include neon lights and cool themes. Add a little music, and you have Glow in the Park. This event is so popular, that the park only releases tickets one month prior to the availability date, and it often sells out. Reserve your tickets today by visiting the website so that you don’t miss a moment of the fun. Glow in the Park includes two full hours of climbing and ziplining, plus an additional 40 minutes for the orientation.
This event is a perfect way to get introduced to climbing, or to bring the kids for a new yearly winter tradition. The Adventure Park is a short 30 minute drive away from Central, much closer than any good ski slope or outdoor adventure option in the area.Read More