Brightly colored surroundings and loud music sung by large mechanical critters make for kid-pleasing pizza parties..
Part arcade, part playground, part children's theater, this theme restaurant entertains children as much as it feeds them. Rated-G video games and auto-racing simulators provide an interactive counterpoint to the bigger-than-life singing animal robots. The playground, a huge collection of multicolored plastic balls and elevated Sky Tubes, lets grownups breathe while energized tykes dive and climb. Aside from pizza, the limited menu has grilled sandwiches, hot dogs and for dessert, cotton candy.
What a mess!. We tried to call for directions and the person who answered just said "Hang On". After a few minutes of holding I hung up and we eventually found it. We arrived with our son eagerly waiting to go play, but there was only one cashier with a line of about 10 waiting. Once we finally placed our order and got seated my son and I went to play. About half of all the game machines were working--not much fun at all considering we had bought $10 worth of tokens and were unable to find somewhere to use them. We ate our marginally good pizza (I think a frozen pizza would have been better) and left. Bottom line--we spent $40 and would have had a better time at the local park.
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