We’ve been here once for a birthday party, and will probably be back cause the kids had such a blast. It’s sort of like a scaled down Chuck-e-Cheese, not as chaotic. The pizza was not too impressive, but it was also cold by the time I got to eat, so I’ll need a 2nd review of the food. ;) There is a lunch buffet for $5 during the week, and we may find ourselves there during the summer to escape the outside heat. Pizzas are $10-16, plus they have salads, breadsticks and some sort of tasty cinnamon dessert. I liked the games area because it was small enough that I didn’t feel like I was going to lose my 5-yr-old in there, and situated in the back so the kids can’t slip out easily (I get nervous about places like Dave & Busters cause it’s so big and busy that the kids can dart out of sight in half a second). There are token games to play and also a climbing/slide/ball area for the kids to play in. Good for kids about age 3 to 15.