The whole atmosphere, as soon as you step in the door, is based on the 1950's. As you can see above, you cannot miss that in the least.
The cashier was very friendly and told us right away where everything was and the theme of each dining room. Of course she mentioned the game room which you could hear.
The three food bars were loaded with foods of all kinds, not just pizza! This was an absolute plus for those of us that want to eat a little healthier. I had meatloaf, baked potato, and salad. This seriously was a surprise as I was only expecting pizza. The dessert bar too was loaded with all sorts of yummy goodness.
After loading up our plates, we decided to head to the "Starlite Drive-In" which featured the movie, "Toy Story" as we ate our lunches. My grandson was mesmerized. The only disappointing thing for me, was there were no cars to actually give the feel of a drive in or the old-time speakers.
The "Gymnasium" featured banners from the 1950's Springfield High School, a stage for live performances, basketball hoops and wood tables.
The "Family Room" was lined with 1950's TV characters with that homey wood paneling the surrounded the walls. The tables were all together to create the family dinner time feel.
The last of the rooms featured red booths with silver linings all around. Table top record players were on the tables and made you think about being in a 1950's cafe.
After we had our fill of delicious foods, we headed for the arcade and game room. For me the noise was overwhelming, but that is just me. The whole place was as enticing as the food and dining rooms were. It had to be since they say there are over 100 games in the place.
My Grandson ran from game to game. He was just fascinated by the movement. However, he did stop on occasion to play with Dad and Mom. Basketball toss seemed to be his favorite of all.
We did not play the larger "games" but there is XD theater, laser tag, bowling, bumper cars, and car racing. If that is not enough, there is even a section for toddlers, that has riding games like a carousel, rocket ship, cars, and even a train!
The bottom line here is we had...well, an incredible time...and will certainly be back again. This is the place to go for family time memories, food, and fun, fun, FUN!
Thanks to Incredible Pizza Co. for the coupon card in exchange for my open and honest review. We loved you guys and will be back again! ~Naila Moon
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Disclosure: A gift card was given to me for my open and honest opinion. The views expressed here are 100% my own and may differ from yours.