Le Play Cafe in Bellmore offers LI children a place to burn off energy

Whether your little one wants to be a princess or a superhero, le Play Cafe in Bellmore is a place for Long Island children to

Le Play Cafe is a place where children from 6 months to 6 years old can play.

Le Play Cafe is a place where children from 6 months to 6 years old can play. (2/19/13)

BELLMORE - Whether your little one wants to be a princess or a superhero, le Play Cafe in Bellmore is a place for Long Island children to use their imagination and have some fun.

Children from ages 6 months to 6 years old can play in a castle, with trains, cars, slides and tons of other toys.

Michelle Gordon says her 2-year-old loves le Play Cafe and just had his birthday party there.

"It's just a place where he can burn off some of the energy he has at home, he loves to dance on the stage and loves the mailbox toy," Gordon says.

While children under 2 years old need adult supervision, parents with older children are invited to enjoy the cafe for a cup of coffee, snacks and WiFi.

The building has open play during the week and also holds special events every month.

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February Fun: le Play Cafe

2465 Merrick Rd.
Bellmore, NY 11710

le Play Cafe

Business phone : (516) 308-7053

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