Visited this particular Chuck E Cheese
location on May 12, 2013 at about 4:30 p.m. with my seven year old daughter and three year old twins.
Upon arrival, each of the kids and myself were stamped with the usual ultraviolet stamp to identity them upon exit. As we only had about 45 minutes to an hour before we had to pick up Mom for Mother's Day dinner, we did not eat.
I purchased 100 tokens for $20 using an online coupon and decided that we would stay as long as we had tokens or a maximum of 5:30. Having tokens left at 5:25 p.m. we had to leave.
At the exit, the young man (whose name tag was almost wiped clean - have no idea what his name is) checked my three children and their corresponding number on their left arm with his ultraviolet light. When he went to check mine, he could not find it after looking up and down my arm.
He allowed me to leave with the three children stating that "they seem like they're your children." No other questions were asked of either myself or the three kids.
If I were the manager of this Chuck E. Cheese, this kid would be without a job today. One of the things that Chuck E. Cheese prides themselves on is the well being of children. This was obviously not the case here.
/s/ William E. Lewis Jr, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
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.