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Last weekend my husband and I were invited to Lazer Brunch at Hudson Terrace where we had an amazing time with bottle service, spontaneous dance offs, and last but not least – Lazer Tag.

I had never done Lazer Tag so I was so excited to see what it was like – it was so much fun! The round was a bit short – only seven and a half minutes per game – but you get a sweat going for sure.

 Lazer Brunch Scene

After checking in, we were given a ticket for Lazer Tag and Alex, the operations manager for Lazer Brunch, took us upstairs and gave us their spiel. We were led to a special table with bottle service, and I quickly found out that that getting a table was the way to go. It got crowded quickly and within 30 minutes the place was packed. Order your table in advance and you get inside quicker.

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The food was not anything to rave about, but let’s be honest, that is not why you are there. You are there to get plastered, dance your Sunday afternoon away, and play Lazer Tag with your friends. And I am happy and proud to say that our team CRUSHED our opponents.

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Admission prices range from $15 to $1,350. $15 gives you entry and 1 game. I recommend going with one of the VIP packages though: The Battlefield VIP package is $350 and you get 10 games, 1 bottle of vodka, a reserved table, and entry for up to 10 people. The most expensive package the SuperCharge VIP package gives you 30 games, 4 bottles (vodka or tequila), 2 bottles of champagne, a Cabana table, and entry for up to 25 people. Not sure it is the cheapest place to do Lazer Tag but I assure you it is the funniest.

Lazer Zoo Aerialist Shot

Happy tagging!

– Line

Photos via Lazer Brunch and by Socially Superlative