"Really bad service would not recommend going here.
I went here around 9pm a few weeks ago with some friends. After playing some games we went and sat down so that we can order food and drinks. We sat there waiting for about 12 minutes watching waiters pass our table. After about the 12 minutes I went up to the bar and asked the bartender if the kitchen is close or something like that. He said no and I told him that we are ready to order. He walked over to where the waiters were standing and told them that we are ready to order. They all walked away and no one came to our table. After about 7 more minutes of sitting there waiting for someone to take our order we stood up and walked out of the restaurant. We ended up going to Buffalo Wild Wings."
"First visit was interesting, my first, and on my birthday. During fight night there was a cover of 15 dollars. We paid to get in to find no seating for food and was not told up front that they were full. After approximately 20 minutes after sifting through employees that couldn't help the situation, we found the GM [Mark] he was able to help us get a refund for my entire groups cover charge.
I will be back to experience it the right way, and appreciate the GMs charge of the situation."
"Don't get me wrong, this arcade is actually very cool and almost all the games work great. There are lots of fun modern games in both arcade type and ticket type.
The main problem that will keep me from recommending this place is the absolutely absurd pricing. You have to BUY a card to even play, then you buy credits. Games take varying amounts of credits (seemed like the average was 6 to 10 credits) and the credits cost around 15 to 20 cents each depending on how many you buy (their packages are $25, $50, $75, and $100).
Doing the math, you're spending about $1.25 to $2.00 per game, and since these are mostly ticket games that last 15 to 30 seconds, your cost to enjoyment ratio is terrible.
Further, since the real cost of how much money you are putting into any given machine is so skewed by their odd cost of the credits, its just too easy for people (especially kids) to lose all recognition of how much you are spending and blow through $25-$50 in no time at all.
The prizes also cost an absurdly high amount of tickets relative to how many you earn at the games. I did some quick math on getting enough tickets to get an iPad Pro and you'd have to spend between $2000 and $5000 to win one. Everything else is equally impossible to get.
Don't send your kids here, and if you do go plan on spending a lot of money for a short amount of entertainment. There are plenty of better ways to have fun and cheaper arcades if that's what you're after."
"My boyfriend and some friends of mine went to this location for the first time ever since we live in a town that doesn't have one, and let me say this was the worst restaurant experience of my life. First off we approach the front and were ignored because the hostess found it more fitting to talk to her friend so we stood there for a minute waiting to be acknowledged. Second it took our food FOREVER to be brought to us and when it did finally show up I had to send back my food. It was so damn cold and it was chicken... not safe at ALL. Now I wasn't asking for a free meal ticket but normally they show a little more compassion and take half off or something but no not at all. No compassion, the waitress didn't give a damn. So we left her no tip because of the terrible service and apparently my friend tells me today that her card was charged $10 for a tip that she didn't leave either because it was so bad... this place sucks when it comes to service and food but hey I guess the games are pretty cool."
"Lots of fun lots to do. Great for playing games watching sports. Great for night with the family or hanging out with friends. Lots of parking the place is clean and we'll kept. Definitely recommend. It is loud with music and all the games and often kids but it's fun. You can use Samsung Pay here. Not compatible with Apple or Android pay but Samsung Pay works great."