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Chuck E. Cheese's - 2 Reviews - 8225 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, TN - Pizza Restaurants Reviews - Phone (865) 670-8586

Chuck E. Cheese's

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8225 Kingston Pike
Knoxville, TN 37919
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(865) 670-8586
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Chuck E. Cheese's - Knoxville, TN
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This Chuck E. Cheese location is probably like most others - crowded, busy and fun! It's being remodeled, but that doesn't interfere with anything but the entrance. All the rides ...

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visited Chuck E Cheese twice,two weeks prior to scheduling my daughters 1st birthday at chuck e cheese. I asked to reserve a table for 25 guest and was told there was absolutely n...

Never Never Never Again!!!! 6/28/2009

visited Chuck E Cheese twice,two weeks prior to scheduling my daughters 1st birthday at chuck e cheese. I asked to reserve a table for 25 guest and was told there was absolutely no need to pay money to have a table reserved and that my daughter was to young to have a host, so all I needed to do was show up the day of my daughters party and there would be plenty of tables for us to pick from. To double check and make sure we would have a reserved table I showed up a chuck e cheese again 1 week prior to the party and was told the same thing by yet another manager. The day of the party came and I arrived early to set up for my daughters party and 25 guest. There was an open table and I began to set up the cake etc.. Management than approches me and tells me the table is reserved for adults and that we would have to grab some side booths to have our birthday!!!!!!!! I am shocked and infuriated still!!!! No one ever sat down at the large table reserved for the Adults and the table was left empty me daughters entire party!!!!Not only was it embarrising to look like I did a slap job for my daughters 1st birthday but the service was Horrible!!!!. I may like to write to the news sentinel about our bad experience. Warning to all parents who try to plan a party there, do not let them tell you a walk in party is the same thing as a reserved party .. Pay the money up front and insist on having a host or you will be very very disapointed!!! more

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And A Great Time Was Had By All 7/29/2006

This Chuck E. Cheese location is probably like most others - crowded, busy and fun! It's being remodeled, but that doesn't interfere with anything but the entrance. All the rides and games are still working. My family isn't crazy about the pizza, so we ate somewhere else and then went to Chuck E. Cheese just to play. We got about 200 tokens for under $30 using a coupon from Sunday's paper. At first that may sound like an expensive bunch of tokens, but we spent two hours there and had a great time. It was cheaper than the movies would have been. And the kids loved it! I really like the way that this Chuck E. Cheese is laid out because the toddler rides and games are in the back. Games for older kids are in the front. This keeps the toddlers from getting ran over. There's plenty of games so even when it's crowded like today, you don't have to wait in line. I went with two toddlers. They loved ski-ball and the "hit the mole" games. They also enjoyed some of the games aimed for older kids. I think a lot of these games are great for developing good hand/eye coordination. Maybe that's just my justification for being an arcade junkie! The staff at this location is great. The ones working the ticket area and the restaurant were very efficient and friendly. Others were very visible in the crowd. I like the stamping system, but I don't trust it, so I try to keep the kids together and within an arm's distance. Having the employees so visible and walking around does make it a little safer. For me, the worst part of a trip here is the ticket cash in. You feed your tickets through a machine, so you don't have to worry about getting them But the choices are just overwhelming for most kids. And, if you spend an hour or so playing games, you'll walk out with a ton of clappers, glow bracelets, candy necklaces, slinkies and more. For a four- or a five-year-old, this must be like a spending spree at the mall. Allow at least 30 minutes for this. The only reason I'm withholding the fifth star is because of the pizza. It's not very good. The restaurant area has added a few options like sandwiches and salads, but it's still not a great meal. Plus, kids aren't going to want to sit down and eat with everything else to do! more
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Editorial

  • 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...

  • 8/16/2008 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Sun-Thu 11am-9pm, Fri 11am-10pm, Sat 10am-10pm
  • Payments:

    Master Card, Visa
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