Little Beans Cafe

Kids Evanston
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The second location of this indoor playspace is much larger with plenty of things for both little and big kids to do. A gym, karaoke room, art room and library complement the little and big play areas. There is also a full cafe with drive-thru window, and kids can participate in classes, camps and birthday parties.

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Venue name: Little Beans Cafe
Contact:
Address: 430 Asbury Ave
Evanston

Cross street: between Oakton and Kirk Sts
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-7pm; Sat, Sun 8:30am-1pm; drive-thru: 6:30am-7pm
Transport: El: Purple to South
Price: $12, siblings $10, packages and VIP club available
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We love this play space, especially because my oldest is on the brink of turning 7 and being just almost too cool for school or in the world of play spaces, too cool to be playing with the "baby toys," while her little sister is loving life in any and all of the play spaces. So the fact that there is another side of the building geared more towards the older crowd is an unbelievable find. It really is rare these days to find something that entertains a 7 year old while simultaneously entertaining a 5 year old, and Little Beans really fills that need for our family.


With that said, be forewarned, it can get crazy. Don't expect everyone to practice courtesy or pay very close attention to their children. That is something that I've learned. It's not a very relaxing experience for me, but the kids really do love it here and ask to come back all the time. They are also the only place I've found with kids karaoke and my kids LOVE karaoke so that's also a) huge plus and b) kinda sad...does anyone want to invest in my million dollar idea to open a kids karaoke space? I digress, there's something for any and all of the kids' interests with the exception of art - it's geared more towards physical play; which also helps to wear them out and isn't that really the goal?!