Harborplace update

I had lunch at the newly (re)opened Johnny Rockets at Harborplace, which was crowded since it has 5 counter seats and only 3 booths and about zero in-house competition (except for the well-hidden Noodles & Company) as the new food court hasn’t opened yet. Once said food court opens, however, seating at JRs will no longer be an issue (they offer take-out, but table service is only available in their own dining area).

I was also on hand for the opening of the new Ripley’s Odditorium, but I didn’t have my notebook or camera with me so I’ll have to return later this week. The price scheme sounded a bit confusing when I first heard it, but it is actually quite simple. In fact, it’s similar to the National Aquarium: base entry to the museum entry is $18 per person, the 4d film or “Mirror Maze” can be added on for $5 each or you can purchase the “Best Value Combo” and get all three for $28 (for a savings of $0).

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