What do you know about Coral Springs?

Coral Springs is a classical suburban, family-oriented town that mixes city life with a small-town feel. Located about an hour north of Miami, the city of Coral Springs has a population of about 123,338 people according to the 2012 American Community Survey. There are a variety of restaurants, parks and entertainment ventures that are all located in the heart of the city. There are so many avenues for enjoying the city's rich history while also experiencing the fun attractions it has to offer.

  • Coral Springs Center for the Arts — The Coral Springs Center for the Arts brings the finest in music, dance and comedy to the community. It offers a variety of entertainment and artistic events for all ages and interests. From the best of Broadway to top comedians, jazz and pop concerts and a diverse selection of family productions, the theater has something for all audiences. In addition to the theater, the Center houses a dramatic dance studio, a variety of meeting rooms for public and private interests and the Coral Springs Museum of Art. It is the cultural hub of the community with thousands of people visiting each year. http://www.coralspringscenterforthearts.com/
  • Tennis Center of Coral Springs — The Tennis Center of Coral Springs consist of 12 green clay courts and four green hard courts. This award-winning facility was built in three phases beginning in 1993 to handle the demands of the local tennis community and to host an Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) event, America's Red Clay Championships. The Tennis Center offers a variety of tennis activities including group and private lessons, round robin tournaments, social events, league play and much more. http://www.cstennis.org/
  • Dyan's Country Kitchen — Dyan's Country Kitchen is a popular neighborhood eatery which blends a mix of different cultures through the decorations, food and atmosphere. It's a place where everyone knows your name and the comfort is tangible. Owner Dyan Harpest runs the restaurant as if it were her family kitchen, using fresh, quality ingredients and offering home-style cooking. If you enjoy a range of food from Southern-style fried chicken to Matzo Ball soup, Dyan's Country Kitchen is the place to go. http://www.dyanscountrykitchen.com/
  • Cherry Smash Ice Cream Parlor— Step back in time and enjoy the most incredible antiques and memorabilia from the 1920s as you indulge in specialty ice cream sundaes, old fashioned malts, ice cream sodas, banana splits and more. It was founded in 2010 and mixes the present day with the quality of the early twentieth century. If you have a sweet tooth, Cherry Smash is the place to satisfy your cravings. http://www.cherry-smash.com/

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