"I've been going here for years and have never had any complaints! The food is good and the service has always been good! The games are awesome, but even more so on half price Wednesdays! If a game breaks or isn't working for whatever reason, the staff always makes sure to right any wrongs and make sure you get your money's worth! I think this location is much better than the one on Colorado Blvd by far when it comes to good service."
"I don't recommend this place unless you have young kids who want to play games. I had dinner with a friend here when I was visiting the area, and the sliders I ordered didn't taste good and the fries were cold. The atmosphere was very loud and not a good spot for friends to catch up over a nice meal. Your money is better spent somewhere else."
"Always fun. Gets busy at Night as expected. I like the one off Colorado better. It's just bigger and has more games bars and things to do all in one."
"I want to let you guys know you have great customer service all the way around. It is was our first time visiting and you guys explained everything that we need to know from food to the games. Chad the waiter was great. We will be back to visit for sure.."
"This is a frequent stop for us when headed back from Denver. In a nutshell, D&B has potential, but it's gobbled up by corporate policies, silly prices and deal gimmicks, with what seems like a human resource deficit, as there are always a server in training helping.
Pros: sports, games, drinks and food are complementary parts of the whole experience.
Cons: all of the pros have a catch. TVs are isolated away from where you will spend a lot of time (game room) games are overpriced, too glitchy for the cost, and underwhelming. Drinks and food are corporate greed at its finest; expensive, cheap tasting, small servings (too much ice/mixer, and too small to rationalize cost) and again really underwhelming in the taste, and presentation. When you are constantly training staff, it's not because of growth, maybe it's culture."