San Jose >Restaurants > Chuck E. Cheese's
Peanut Oil!. Was a bit busy and smelled like a dance club on a weekend night, but our kids had a blast there... *until* we found out that they use peanut oil in their pizzas, which makes the food and the play areas unsafe for the many, many little ones with peanut allergies these days :(. Also, the attendant at the exit did not check to see if the children were ours when we left.
Chronic Blighted Property - Filthy; Avoid Altogether.
This property is always very dirty; littered with discarded food containers, beverages and sticky substances under foot -- filthy sidewalks and surrounding property = chronic blighted property. They have a responsibility to maintain their property within this neighborhood pursuant to City Codes.
I've mentioned it to management on several occassions but it's continued for many years. We refuse to return to this store until they make the effort to clean it up - on an ongoing basis.
The rest of this shopping center is an equal eye-sore. Next door 5th Quarter Bar is worse! Hundreds of cigarette butts in plain site, filthy black sidewalks, etc.
Who has an appetite for pizza, fun when one has to wade through the filth just to get in? It's sickening. One can't help but question the cleanliness inside with so much obvious filth outside. Who wants to bring children here to these surroundings? What example does the habitual litter say to children?
Clean it up Chuck E' Cheese. Give a little back to the neighborhood and community you profit from.
Good Pizza and Fun. I love Chuckie Cheese because it has the whole package: pizza and fun! All ages can have a good time.
Just try not to have fun here. Can't do it, can you?.
There are mozzarella sticks, Italian bread sticks, French fries and buffalo wings?avoid them all like the plague. Go simple. A hot dog or a plain cheese pizza for the kids and the straightforward, all-you-can-eat salad bar for the poor sap with the car keys.
Kids run around, feed tokens into machines like budding Las Vegas habituees, and occasionally stop back by the table to grab a bite of hotdog or cheese pizza. Big plastic tubes and slides generate huge amounts of static electricity in toddler hair; ball rooms can fully engulf your small wards. But even so, no child can get out of the joint without the matching hand stamp of their designated adult.
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