Hawaii Mom Blog: Chuck E. Cheese's - Honolulu




March 20, 2015

Chuck E. Cheese's - Honolulu

Yes, it's obvious that Chuck E. Cheese's is a very kid-friendly place, with so many rides and games (all just one token each!), but I actually really love their food too.  Even before I became a parent, my husband and I would often go to kids' birthday parties and we would always look forward to eating their pizza.

Now, as parents, we go because my kids love it there.  We take advantage of coupons we see in the local paper or online, and we spend at least a couple of hours there each time we visit.

On a recent visit to the Dillingham location, we ordered lunch and let the kids play and play and play.
Pepperoni Pizza


French Fries

Party area

Just a few of the many games

Rides and play area

The pizza and breadsticks were great, as usual.  This was the first time we ordered fries, and I probably won't order them again - they were quite soggy.

My kids love climbing up into the play area and peering down below.  There is a nice variety of rides and games, and it's easy to earn lots of tickets to be redeemed for fun prizes.

I also love that Chuck E. Cheese's has a Playtime for kids ages 1-3 on certain days of the week at certain times (love that they can get a free snack cup!).

Chuck E. Cheese's is a great place for parties, or just to spend time with the family!

Chuck E. Cheese's
1199 Dillingham Blvd
Honolulu, HI, 96817
(808) 851-7400 Chuck E. Cheese's on Urbanspoon

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