Chuck E. Cheese’s is fun for the whole family.
Since I grew up in the Midwest, I know you all are enjoying scarves and pumpkin spice everything but it’s still a whole lotta summer in Phoenix. Although slightly cooler evenings mean we can enjoy being outdoors more, kids still need to play inside most days. That can get boring. So, we went to Chuck E. Cheese’s this week. Thanks to Chuck E. Cheese’s for a memorable afternoon, and thanks for sponsoring this post!
Is there a kid (or mom) that doesn’t like pizza? We love it!
We’ve gone to Chuck E. Cheese’s for birthday parties before but let me tell you, you shouldn’t wait for an occasional birthday. It is the perfect lunch playdate with friends!
Besides eating a yummy lunch, the kids have an awesome time playing at Chuck E.’s. The abundance of tokens and tickets really thrills our boys.
They have so much fun playing the games! Toys, treats, and pizza? Doesn’t get any better!
Since we could see the boys play, it gave my friend and I a great chance to chat away, too.
We devoured a large pizza, a veggie tray, and a dessert pizza but we could have done the All-You-Can-Eat Buffet. That’s Monday through Friday, 11am-2pm (at participating locations).
Since they revamped their menu, Chuck E.’s has added specialty pizza flavors like Cali Alfredo (with spinach, alfredo sauce, sausage, mushrooms, and chicken), BBQ Chicken (BBQ sauce, red onions, green peppers, chicken), Veggie Pizza, and of course classic Pepperoni.
They’ve also added gluten-free and thin and crispy pizza crust and there is a super salad bar, plus wings, wraps, pretzel bites, and cheesy bread. Depending on the time of year you might find Philly Cheese Steak Pizza or Mac Cheesy Pizza on the menu, too.
And leave room for dessert! Their newest offerings include Cinnamon Dessert Pizza—which wehighly recommend—Churros, and a giant warm, chocolate chip cookie.
Bottom line: you’ve got delicious choices. Lots of them.
For a happy afternoon or evening punch-out time, you can’t beat Chuck E. Cheese’s for fun and enjoyable dining.
Our boys were excited about the toys and treats they got to take home at the end of the day. They came home exhausted from all their busy play and I came home energized. No meal prep, no dishes, everyone having a great time: I was one satisfied mama!