I've been to several D&B's over the years. This one is just average. The food was good but not great and the prices were a little high. The waiter really didn't seem that knowledgeable about the menu, or that overjoyed to be serving us, but he pulled it together in the end. All 6 of us had sandwiches: 3 burgers, 1 Philly, 2 Chicken sandwiches, plus some guacamole and chips - everything was tasty and well-made - but the prices were all right around $10 and we were trying to order cheap so the kids could play more.
-Special food notes: the menu doesn't say but you don't have to have fries, you can choose from several other sides
-The portions were fine for us adults but my big-eating teens could have each eaten another cheeseburger meal.
The game room is great for all ages - this one had billiards as well as arcades, which is great for grown-ups. There are games for everyone, ski-ball and basketball, dance games (which looked like a real workout), shooting games, "coin-drop" games, air hockey, wheel of fortune and all the normal games you'd expect to find in an arcade.
There were only 2 signs for "out-of-order" games, so this place obviously keeps up with maintaining the arcades. I had one small problem with a game and they came right over and made it up to me with tickets and tokens.
Most games spit out tickets based on "winnings". The tickets can be saved up and added together to "earn" prizes at the "Winner's Circle". I've seen much better prize rooms and choices at other D&B's, but they had the standard teddy bears, t-shirts, expensive video games, X-Box 360, silly things, junk toys, and candy. The prizes should not be your goal because they cost a lot of tickets and it would be cheaper to buy these things outright at a department store. But if you are there to have fun playing games and just think of the tickets as a bonus, you won't get disappointed.
-Tuesday is family game night
- Wednesday is half-price games night (best deal)
- Sun-Thurs you can turn your meal into a "power play" and get a great deal on food and play combined. This is not available on Friday and Saturday night (when you will pay full price for everything).
-You can save tickets to your "Power Card" (the card you add money to so that you can play games), and save them up until you have tens of thousands of tickets and then get a decent prize.
- Games marked "New-Free play" from the ceiling are the newest games. If you wait until your power card is out of playing funds, you can play these games for FREE to try them out.
Other notes- there is free WIFI, just ask for the password
- there is a note in the menu that tells you to join the D&B club and get $10 of play tokens, we hurried to do this at dinner so the kids would have more play time, but you have to wait 48 hours for an emailed coupon, so plan ahead if you can.
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