The Chuck E. Cheese menu prices are so affordable that throwing a large children’s birthday party in one of its restaurants will not drain your wallet. The chain of family-friendly restaurants and entertainment centers, which was originally known as Chuck E. Cheese’s Pizza Time Theatre and subsequently as Chuck E. Cheese’s Pizza, is the flagship brand of CEC Entertainment, Inc.
Its name derives from its mascot, an animatronic comedic mouse known as Chuck E. Cheese whose talents include singing, dancing, and interacting with guests.
Below are the latest Chuck E. Cheese menu prices.
|Cauliflower Crust Pizza||$10.25|
|App Sampler Platter||$12.12|
|The Rock & Pizza Roll||$4.99|
Apps and Wings
|Rock and Pizza Roll||$4.99|
|Chicken Nugget Platter||$35.57|
|Large App Sampler||$19.96|
Medium Specialty Pizzas can be made with Traditional or Stuffed Crust Only.
|BBQ Chicken Pizza||$16.37|
|Cali Alfredo Pizza||$16.47|
|Five Meat Pizza||$15.93|
|Five Meats Pizza||$13.99|
Apps & Wings
|Large App Sampler Platter||$20.12|
|Large Bone-In Wings||$31.48|
|Large Boneless Wings||$28.28|
|Medium Bone-in Wings||$21.48|
|Medium Boneless Wings||$19.28|
|Small Bone-In Wings||$12.48|
|Small Boneless Wings||$11.28|
|XL Bone-In Wings||$40.48|
|XL Boneless Wings||$36.28|
Build Your Own Pizza
|Large Build Your Own Pizza||$15.04|
|Medium Build Your Own Pizza||$12.86|
|Personal Build Your Own Pizza||$7.80|
|Giant Warm Cookie||$6.51|
|Iced Cinnamon Sticks||$5.01|
|Can of Soda||$1.50|
Nolan Bushnell, the Atari founder, is the brains behind the Chuck E. Cheese concept. He wanted to expand the reach of videogame arcades to include family- and kid-friendly venues and, thus, the Pizza Time Theater was born. He opened his first restaurant in 1977 in San Jose, California, which he marketed as the country’s first family restaurant that integrated food and drinks with an affordable indoor arcade and animated entertainment. In 1978, he purchased the concept from Warner Communications, Atari’s corporate owner at the time. In 1984, the chain and Showbiz Pizza Place merged to form Showbiz Pizza Time, which later became Chuck E. Cheese’s Pizza in the early 1990s after a brand redesign. In 1998, Showbiz Pizza Time, Inc. was renamed CEC Entertainment, Inc. Today, it operates 577 locations (as of March 2014) in the United States and Canada.
What They’re Famous For
All Chuck E. Cheese’s locations consist of two main parts in keeping with its thrust to become the world’s leader in family- and kid-friendly food and entertainment centers, namely:
- Restaurant, which features pizza as the main item on the menu. Other items include buffalo wings, cold-cut sandwiches, and desserts as well as a fully-stocked salad bar for the health-conscious diners. Many locations also offer new signature Chuck E, Cheese foods as well as beer and wine. You will also be pleased to know that most locations also offer gluten-free items including individual chocolate cupcakes and cheese pizza.
- Indoor arcades with several arcade games, animatronic displays, and amusement rides for the entire family to enjoy.
Why Eat Here
Aside from the easy-on-the-pocket Chuck E. Cheese prices, you have several more reasons to patronize the chain including:
- Good food suitable for the distinctive palates of old and young customers especially with the salad bar and kids’ menu, respectively
- Satisfactory service from the staff considering the typically challenging conditions of dealing with groups of families with their children ranging in age from infants to teenagers.
- Clean facilities and amenities especially the kid-friendly restroom and changing area.
- Tolerable noise level considering the number of children in the restaurant although the arcade can be noisy for obvious reasons.
To learn more about Chuck E. Cheese or to find a location near you, visit their website at www.chuckecheese.com.