Bumble - Places For Kids

Bumble

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INFORMATION

145 1st St
Los Altos, CA 94022


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Phone
(650) 383-5340
Hours
Restaurant:
8 am – 8pm (Mon – Sun)

Playroom:
10am – 8pm (Mon – Fri)
9 am – 8 pm (Sat – Sun)
Tickets
Playroom rates start at $10 for 30 minutes
Membership
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DESCRIPTION FOR Bumble

Since 2011, the Bumble restaurant in Los Altos, a “farm-to-fork” restaurant, has offered a place of community. People gather with friends and family to enjoy a meal made exclusively from California farmers’ locally grown produce. Bumble only serves the seasonal ‘best’, so the menu is constantly changing and evolving. Once the kids step foot into this wide-open, bright and enticing playroom, they’ll never want to leave. And even if they tried, the creative and kid-loving staff would recapture their attention.
 
Many dinners out with young kids can turn quickly from a great idea, to a constant fight to keep them from climbing across the table and spilling the beverages. At Bumble, parents can dine while their kids learn, play and discover in this playroom and...

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TIPS FOR VISITING Bumble

1. Discounts: Parents should consider the Date Night offer, since it comes with an hour of free daycare and Bee Point discounts.

2. Diapers in various sizes are offered in baskets inside the bathrooms, just in case you forgot them at home. Changing tables are available for diaper explosion cleanup.

3. Babysitting: On-site babysitters can supervise the children (age 1-10) in the playroom.

4. Bee Point Childcare System: Either you pay $10 per 30 minutes per child, or get a Bee Point Package and siblings get 50% off. Packages range from $40 to $250, which works out to $10 to $16 per hour.

5. Decor is ideal for a restful environment - grays and yellows, and room between tables.

6. Closed Days: Check the Facebook page for private events...

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BIRTHDAY PARTY AT Bumble

Telephone: (650) 383-5340

Email: info@bumblelosaltos.com

Form: www.bumblelosaltos.com/event-inquiry

Time: 2 Hours+, except 11 am - 3 pm on weekends

Price: $200+ - $2,000+

Included: Reserved/Private Room

Themes: N/A

Website: http://www.bumblelosaltos.com/rooms-and-spaces/

Customizable: YES

Bring Your Own: Present for the birthday kid, Decorations

If you want to lay down $2,000 for a Bumble Buyout, you can have the entire place to 100 of your family and friends. For a private but affordable birthday party, consider reducing the guest list. Paying a hefty amount for food and other services also guarantees a separate child playroom setup that is unmatched by any other restaurant in the Los Altos area. 

Parents can get any space reserved along with a separate fee for playroom privileges, from a 12-person Communal Table to the...

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