Jessica Biel Gives Parents Another Taste of Au Fudge
by Laura Clark
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Jessica Biel has given Los Angeles parents even more reasons to smile.
The actress and mom of one, along with her business partners, have opened up a second Au Fudge location, this time a new day camp and play space called Au Fudge CAMP (Center for Art Movement Play) in West Hollywood.
Having launched the original Au Fudge in March 2016 as a charming kid-friendly restaurant, Biel and her partners (Estee Stanley, Kimberly Muller, Joey Gonzalez, Jonathan Rollo and Monica Saunders-Weinberg) have expanded on the tyke-focused concept with a creative space that's dedicated to children ages 6 months to 10 years old.
Offering classes that focus on everything from cooking to yoga and "mad science," Au Fudge CAMP gives parents a break to go run errands after they drop their kids off for some hands-on learning.
Kids can also play on a fun zip line, children's kitchen or even in the play space's signature wooden tree house. There are three membership levels that range in monthly prices, or parents can pay $32 for individual classes or $18 for drop-in play.