Pizza >Chuck E Cheese's
4145 SW 110th Ave, Beaverton, OR | Directions 9700545.490274 -122.790577
Neighborhoods: Raleigh West
Hard pressed to find an adult who cheers "Yes, lets spend the afternoon at Chuck-e-Cheese!" but is a great place on a rainy afternoon or when the kids are craving a video arcade fix. All the games require only 1 token, which is a welcome to your pocket book. It's a very safe environment with every child's hand stamped with a number that corresponds with the adult who brought them and meticulously checked on departure. If you're kids are old enough & they don't need you helping them with the games -bring a book, sit in a booth and relax while you reap the rewards giving your kids a fun-filled afternoon or evening.
A great place for kidz! – That's what Chuck E. Cheese is - a place for kids. Grown up will just have to deal with it and let their children be children. How often can that happen these days where everyone feels relatively safe? So the food isn't that great, the service isn't so posh, but the kids are having fun and the grown ups can sit and have a soda and talk. I like it because I can take my grandkids there and they have a ball; I end up being the coolest and it was relatively cheap. The trick is to hand the kids a roll of quarters and tell them that's all there is.
Brightly colored surroundings and loud music sung by large mechanical critters make for kid-pleasing pizza parties. – In Short
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.
Kids yes, adults no. – Ok, this review is written from what I remember as a kid. The games were fun (but quarters went quickly), the music was cheesy, and the food wasn't nearly as good as other places. Yet we always wanted to go because our friends did, and looking back, I think they went because they thought we wanted to. Parents, unless you are willing to *become* a change machine, I recommend elsewhere.
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