animatronics came to life and killed ma son now no more child suport 9/10 except my pizza was cold reeeeeeeeeeee
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Chuck E. Cheese has a wonderful menu with delicious food offered, but it really wasn't all that fun for my eleven-year-old and my teenager. The only game that they actually played was the basketball one. It felt sort of like a waste of money -...More
The place is not crowdy and clean. An hour of one for everyone, even fathers can enjoy some basketball challenges. Beside the pizza option inside you have a couple of restaurants like TGI Friday in walking distance.
Went there last weekend and was surprised to see that their improved their menu a lot - they even have a salad bar now. Kids won't care for food anyways, all they want to do is play.
My experience there was one I'd had there before. My friend was hosting her birthday party there, and it was loads of fun. While tokens only cost 25 cents, a large quantity of tokens could get to be a bit pricey. Otherwise, Chuck E Cheese...More
It wasn't crowded. The menu changed. For the better. Beer & wine now adults!!!!! The games are still cheesey...pun intended. Kids love them. We ate first. Food was good. Not bad. Inexpensive for one adult & 2 kids. Don't over order. The kids just want...More
For all kids especially the ones who can fit into the overhead climbing tubes, ball bins,slides and rooms. Birthday parties are very big here . The food/pizza is o.k.-definitely secondary to the ongoing activities. There are all kinds of gaes from skee ball to shoot...More
I have to admit, these places have come a long way since my first son as born 16 years ago. I used to always bring him there and they were nasty and just a filthy mess of broken machines and unsanitary practices. This location sits...More
Arcade fun, climbing space on the ceiling, little baby rides, games of chance make your kids happy for a hour or so. Perfect for ages 2 to 8. Pizza is better than Pizza Hut, but not a grown-up meal. They have added wings and veggies,...More