With 4 growing boys it’s not always easy to please everyone or fill their bellies. So when were in the mood for good food and entertainment, we head over to GattiTown!
GattiTown’s layout is different from other family pizza & game places. There’s a large buffet, three eating areas (one quiet, one with kids shows playing on the screen and another with sports or other adult oriented movie/show), and birthday room are completely separate from the gaming/play area.
When you enter the building you are in line to pay for the buffet. Even if you’re not there to eat, you have to pay to get in. The prices are very reasonable (ages 3 and under are free).
The buffet consists of a salad bar, soup bar, baked potato bar, bread sticks, cheese sticks, spaghetti, alfredo, mac-n-cheese, at least ten different kinds of pizza, brownies, banana pudding, three types of dessert pizza, various fountain drinks, water, and tea.
Also you get a card instead of the tokens like at Chuck E. Cheese. When you buy your buffets, you select the amount of money you wish to put on the card(s). Game prices ranged from $0.25 to $2.00. You swipe your card at each game and the amount is deducted from your card. Most of the games gave out tickets based on your scores. When you are done playing, you feed your tickets into the ticket eater machine and it counts them. After you’ve fed in all of your tickets, you swipe your card and your number of tickets is saved onto the card. You can add more money to the cards anytime you wish & continue to add up tickets until you are ready to spend them.
Gattitown is always a great destination for birthday parties, field trips and other special group events. With over 9,000 square feet of endless games, an all you care-to-eat buffet and spacious dining rooms, one trip and you’ll know why it’s a top destination for family-friendly fun.
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