Pizza >Chuck E. Cheese's
Empty - But Fun!. So we went there, there wasn't a safety-check monitor, so we just walked in (like someone would drag me out - we were the some of the only people that probably came that day). It was mostly empty, but the show was running. I did see some babies here and there with their parents, but that was it. I only had $10 dollars to spend - good enough for 3-4 games... I got some cotton candy, and left. It was decent enough - Show was working, games were working, one employee there, no safety-check, but that was good enough to satisfy me, but this one definitely ISN'T the top-grossing CEC on the island, compared to Patchogue...
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.
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