Quite Unique - But Not The Best.
I didn't get the food here - but there WAS good service, and good entertainment (costume entertainment, though). The time I visited was the first time I've seen all five of CEC's "characters". The downside, they weren't even moving. Maybe just the bird character was twitching a little bit, but it wasn't really anything. Then, the store WAS small - and the Skeeball didn't work. No tickets at all. I asked some cashier, and she gave me a look and said she's no technician (which was obvious). She can't help one bit. I went to the OTHER cashier, and she said she'd get the tech - she was a friendly person!
Some weird guy, not even wearing a uniform, who must've been the tech, opened the machine up and fixed it. We said thanks, he just walked off to who knows where. Then I walk to the stage again, and I see a costumed character dancing and prancing like an idiot while throwing tickets everywhere. I grabbed some though. After that, I took some pictures with my 800-ticket worth "cheese camera" and left. At least I wasn't bored to death.
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.