The place to be

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Life the Place to Be in Westchester, New York is a large, full-service entertainment complex perfect for hosting your child’s bar mitzvah. Your child’s special day is sure to be a roaring success with the facility’s 29,000-square-feet of space and oodles of activities for your guests to enjoy.

“Opened since May 2009, Life the Place to Be has helped produce over 250 fantastic bar and bat mitzvah celebratio­ns,” says CEO, Steve Zuckerman.

Life the Place to Be provides a state-of-the-art, New York loft-style space, as well as interactive entertainment, fun activities, and full-service catering. You can plan a bar mitvzah that your guests will be talking about for years to come with so many options.

“Life the Place to Be can be anything you need or want it to be,” says Zuckerman. “Life can be dressed up or down. Our venue can be all-inclusive, or you’re welcome to rent the venue and bring in your own vendors.”

Life offers wireless Internet, plasma and projection screens, LED lighting technology, and a state-of-the-art sound system. Plus, it has four of mini-bowling alleys, a rock-climbing wall, and a 3,000-square-foot arcade. Kids and adults can also enjoy one of the hottest trends for bar mitzvahs – an exciting game of laser tag.

Life is capable of providing you with everything you need whether you are expecting 30 guests or a thousand revelers. Catering is available and you can choose either a sit down dinner or a casual buffet menu.

“You have a casual menu with Life catering, full-service with Abigail Kirsch Catering relationships, or utilize a kosher caterer,” explains Zuckerman.

Life is equipped to handle events of all sizes, so there is no need to rent anything, including tables, chairs, or china. The space encourages both children and adults to enjoy every minute of your event, from food to activities. Young guests can romp in the soft play area, designed for children under nine years old and older kids can participate in any or all of the more mature activities.

And don’t think kids have a monopoly on fun at this venue though — there is even a separate, modern lounge where adults can enjoy cocktails.

Life offers a plethora of plans for your child’s bat mitvzah.

“Life has a product at virtually every price point. Check out what Life has to offer,” invites Zuckerman.

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