We were visiting family and this was some place I have kind of wanted to take my son to for awhile. While they do not do the safety stamp like most Chuck-e’s do, it is a unique place. The pricing was confusing at first, using cards instead of tokens. The cashier employee seemed burned out and had little interest in explaining any of it to us, but we figured it out.
They have a lot of dining areas with different themes. It has interesting décor and is clean. There is a lot of selection as well, from pizza with varied toppings, some with gluten free crusts, to BBQ, chicken, Mexican, pastas, a large salad bar, deserts…. There is a lot of variety.
A couple of the games just steal credits off of your card, which is frustrating, and the train in the little kid area did not work, was not marked as malfunctioning and took several credits to do nothing. Other than that, the games seemed to work fine. There is lazer tag, you can race cars, play bumper cars, bowl, mini golf…. There are a lot of virtual experiences and a lot of ticketed games as well as other games. We had a lot of fun, our group had children from 3 to 10 and several adults. Everyone had a good time, the kids got prizes and we stayed until close. We were there over 5 hours. They stop the machine at exactly time, so you cannot play past the time. The game rooms are open at least a half hour past the dining area. That night though, they stopped putting out fresh food an hour before the dining area closed. Not sure if that is a common thing. Lazertag closes about 20 minutes before the game room closes, and it seems like most of the activities do the same. The cards can be reused and reloaded, and credits accumulate. We ended up with still having over ten dollars on ours, even rushing to use it all. We had to give it away since they are not in our area.
It is a lot of fun, not the best food, but a good selection. Fairly clean. Good prices.
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