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Eat, Play, and Build at Wunderkind



DUPLO and LEGO will keep the kids entertained at Wunderkind.

PHOTO: JOSHUA HUSTON

 

Summer is around the corner, and parents are on the hunt to add more kid-friendly hot spots to their summer-time repertoires. If you haven’t checked out Wunderkind yet, you should. Along with strong coffee, craft beer, premium wine and good eats, this place has AC and LEGO. Lots of LEGO.

The airy two-floor venue features an open layout and consideration of age range. Little engineers love the main-floor play space decked out with DUPLO and toddler-height building tables. Upstairs, older siblings will find a large, well-stocked LEGO table with enough pieces and mini-figures to keep them busy until well after mom downs her doppio. There’s also a second, gated DUPLO area in the corner. Mini master builders can go at it while parents sit back and relax, get some work done or catch the game on the flat-screen. It’s a Wunderkind win-win.

PHOTO: JOSHUA HUSTON

 

A cross between cafe and coffee shop, Wunderkind features goodies ranging from breakfast sandwiches and pastries to artisan panini. Favorite munchies include Beecher’s mac & cheese, pita and hummus or good old Goldfish crackers. There’s milk and Naked Juice smoothies for the kiddos, and mom and dad are free to sip on wine or beer (check out their drink specials from 4-6 pm!). Have picky eaters? No worries. You’re welcome to order in food from local establishments. 

Wunderkind offers themed LEGO classes every Friday, from 6-7 pm for ages 5 and older, and check out their five-day summer camp and birthday package options. Due to birthday bashes, weekend hours may change, so check their Facebook page for updates.

3318 NE 55th St., 206-854-7186; wunderkindseattle.com

Prices: Day pass: $6/child, 30-day pass: $15/child, $10/each additional child, 12-month pass: $150/child, $100/each additional child, LEGO classes: $12/child (or $10 with membership)

Hours: Sunday-Wednesday, 9 am-6 pm; Thursday-Saturday, 9 am-8 pm

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