Had my Daughter's birthday party there and the food and customer service was A+. My kids and their friends had fun playing all the games. It is also cool spot for kids on the Autism Spectrum. My youngest son is Autistic and he had a lot of fun and enjoyed the games so overall I definitely recommend!
Still pretty cool place. Lots of nostalgia for me, and the kids had fun. You can buy unlimited play instead of tokens now and tickets are saved virtually on the play card. One gimmicky thing that ticked me off- if your game ends too fast, the card will not let you start a new game for a minute. If you buy unlimited play for an hour, it's a super gimmicky way to limit your number of plays over a given time period. A few of the games were broken as well. Not a huge deal though. Selling unlimited play is misleading though. There's a limit, absolutely. For example. We won the 50 ticket prize on the ball drop game, and you physically can't start another game until the machine counts off all 50 tickets, and it counts very slowly. But if the ball lands on 10 tickets or less, you can immediately start a new game. You could then play 5 or 6 times in the time it takes for the machine to add up 50 tickets VIRTUALLY. And the cherry on top? The prizes are pretty lame- im talking the top shelf prizes. Lower tier prizes have always been cheesy little nothings, but if you were determined and saved up your tickets, there were some pretty cool prizes to set your sights on, like rc toys and game machines. Now, top prize is a stuffed doll. Not even a big one. Like a foot tall chuck e cheese stuffy. If you don't care about those things, then it's still pretty nostalgic. They serve beer on tap also. I had a shock top. 10 bucks for a 22 ounce draft. Ouch. Needless to say, I only had one, and made it last.
Very nice, but very expensive. But for 1 two year old not to bad for the price. Plus they have Dippin Dots ice cream!Food: 4/5
This Chuck-E-Cheese is clean, well maintained, with plenty of games for kids to play. The chucky mouse coming out to dance is a great treat for the kids. I really enjoy this place.Dine in: Yes
Had fun with my son here. They've modernized the tokens to be on a card so you don't have tons of coins and tickets to carry around. Food isn't bad. Good variety of games.
Kids had fun. That’s the important things. Although, most of the games didn’t work and the place reeked of marijuana. We won’t be back. Not to this location.
We had our sons 6th birthday here, 29 guests total, & we never had to stress one time about anything. Our party attendant, along with the manager, Brooke, was so attentive to every detail & all of our needs, & we had a lot of them!! It is hands down the best experience for your birthday kid, your family, & all the party guests!
Front staff when entering the building looked dismal, sad, and as if their goldfish died that morning. Pizza took forever to cook and hardly no one was there. The games are not tailored for under 3years old. Not horrible, but not great.
It was fun for the kids, but fricken expensive.. Cheaper just to go to a Skatestation, kids can still play arcade games, have pizza and a good timeFood: 5/5
The customer service here was excellent. Props to the mascot who had to deal with our kids for a few hours lol