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While the new design introduces more of a restaurant type atmosphere for parents, with over 40 games and an interactive live show, it’s still the place where a kid can be a kid.
Here are some highlights of the remodeled Chuck E. Cheese’s restaurants.
A Focus on Food
The remodeled restaurants features an open kitchen, so you can see the pizza making process where fresh pizza is made daily. Also, the buffet, which is offered Monday – Friday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., has been moved closer to the open kitchen to highlight its fresh ingredients.
Appeals to the whole family
To appeal to parents, the restaurants feature a more adult ambiance with warm wood, neutral tones and streamlined graphics to create a calmer, more inviting, and friendly environment. Self-service kiosks are available near the entrance of the restaurants to make ordering off the menu simple and fast for parents.
Varied Seating in the Birthday Zone
The Birthday Zone features varied seating options for larger parties. Party section are designated with wall silhouette graphics of the members of Chuck E. Cheese’s band. They are bold and noticeable but definitely still keep in theme with the more neutral ambiance.
Light Up Dance Floor
The light up dance floor was definitely one of our favorite features. This is where the hourly live show and birthday party shows take place. But don’t worry, you can dance anytime to the music videos that play on the tv’s surrounding the dance floor! Once my son discovered the dance floor, we ended up moving our stuff to a booth nearby, so he could dance. It was perfect - I could sit and relax while he danced a few feet away.
Tap-to-Play Play Pass
While the dance floor was by far my son’s favorite, for me it’s probably a tie because I love the tap-to-play play pass game card system! With a simple tap of your game pass card, you’re ready to play. They even have the option to buy a bracelet instead of a card which is seriously the best idea ever, so you don’t have to worry about losing your card. It’s pretty easy to do, my 3 year old was able to do it. Although, he wasn’t really a fan of the bracelet, so I ended up wearing it myself. It was nice not to have to worry about hanging on to the card or constantly taking it in and out of my pocket.
All You can Play
Another genius idea here, Chuck E. Cheese’s is also offering All You Can Play! All You Can Play lets parents be the hero by giving kids free reign of Chuck E. Cheese’s to play all games as many times as they want. All you have to do is Just choose an amount of time and when your time is up, you’re done. You can also pause your time one time at the kiosk. We played for about 30 minutes, pause to eat and played for another 60 minutes. It was perfect!
All you can play starts at $9 for 30 minutes.
I can’t say enough how much we loved the remodeled Chuck E. Cheeses’s in Stockton. The restaurant looks amazing; they really did make it a place that the whole family can enjoy… and a kid can be a kid!
Make sure you check it out!
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