When we arrived at 11:30 on Saturday morning, we arrived to a small line. We got through the line in 3 minutes and were greeted by a very cheery cashier. Being our first time there we had no idea what this place was about. Instead of sending us on our way, the cashier called for someone to give us a quick tour. After the guided tour, we were pumped to get started. We decided to sit in the Discovery room, which was perfect for my 3 year-old. We went through the buffet and sat down to eat. The food was fabulous!!! A young manager named Ryan stopped by our table to see how our experience was thus far. We told him the food was awesome and we didnt get why everyone was blasting the food quality. He informed us that they currently hired the head chef from an upscale restaurant called Sabor and that he has brought a whole new approach to their buffet. After a ten minute conversation with my family he told us if we needed anything to just ask for him. At this point the kids were getting antsy to go play in the arcade. We decided to go on the bumper cars first. What fun!!! We ended up going on them at least 10 times! We stayed in the arcade for about an hour and decided we wanted to go back for desert. We made our way to the desert bar and were greeted by Chef Dave, whom was the chef Ryan was talking about earlier. He was super nice and served the kids ice cream and slushys. Afgter the kids designed their own sundae we decided to eat in the sports room (Fan Club). While the kids and my wife were enjoying their sundaes and cookies, I decided to hit their sports bar for a drink (located in the Fan Club). Once again, I was greeted by Ryan and he recommended their Terminator Long Island. It was only $6 and was made with Patron and Grey Goose! Judging by my drink I believe that their pricing was very reasonable at the bar. We went back to the game room and playerd a few more games and the kids cashed in their tickets for prizes. For being fairly busy, we never had to wait longer than a few minutes for anything. The only recommendation I would make is that they get a coat-check, It was kind of difficult carrying all the coats around. Besides that, our experience was amazing! Being from California we have never experienced a place like this. Definitely a must-do when visiting Milwaukee. We are going to Illinois next month and definitely will make the hour drive to Stone Fire.
My wife and I are in our 30's ad we brought our 3 year-old daughter and my 11 year-old twin boys. So it was fun for the whole family.
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