Dave & Buster's Service is terrible.
Great place for games, even though the selection is sparse to say the least, I can't really see spending more than 20 bucks on the games there, but that is different for everyone.
The problem I had was the food service, we ate in the dining area and it took 2 hours by the time we were done, and most of that was waiting on the order to make it back to the table. So sit down, order appetizer, 30 minutes, eat it, order food, 45 minutes, eat it, get desert, 20 minutes, it was ridiculous.
best game place for kids and adults. number one in games food pretty good to but its always about the games when you go there
Super-sized party multiplex for casual diners and serious drinkers who like a joystick with their drumsticks and swizzle sticks..
This massive entertainment complex lures customers in with its arcade, then keeps them there by way of a spacious eatery serving pizza, pasta, burgers and finger food. Classic games like billiards, skeeball and shuffleboard are balanced by electronic counterpoints such as Ms. Pac-Man, Centipede and virtual-reality simulators that re-create an 18-wheeler ride or a Star Trek voyage. Of the two full bars, one comes with a 20-screen videodome designed for armchair quarterbacks.
Great for groups. D&B is a great place for groups to get together. The food is decent and service is good. But the atmosphere is excellent and well suited for a large group. On this past visit, we took advantage of the meal & powercard for under $14.00. A great deal for dinners that are normally around $9 and you get a game card with $10 worth of games.
OMG!. Went here with a group of people and had the best time of my life (and I didn't even get a chance to play the games in the back!). The food is absolutely awesome. And while it is expensive, I definitely felt that I got my money's worth (try the battered mushrooms!!!). My only complaint is that their call-ahead seating was a bit haphazard, and because of the LONG wait (since you need most of your party there in order to be seated), I think we could have done without calling ahead. If you're not afraid to have a little fun, D&B is THE place to go!
Everyone's meal in our entire group was delicious and dessert was just as great. I love the atmosphere, feels like fine dining yet casual and fun. It's a little expensive but very good for special occasions (i.e. birthday or a date)
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You have to be 21 and up to enter or with someone 25 years or older.
Fun for the whole gang!.
I have four kids, ages from 13 to four, and they all have a great time at D & B's. We make a night of it, have a nice dinneer, then load up the player cards, and play the night away. It's less crowded then the typical arcade, I can have a beer/drink and hang with the kids & we all have a good time and go home happy. Who can ask for more?
*Note* Also a great first date place.. nice way to break the ice over a competitive game of skee ball. ;)
Pass on D&B.
Dave and Busters has one of the worst hamburgers I've ever had. You can't even get slice of onion on your burger (you get these scraps of red onion instead). Bottom bun was soaked wet with grease.
I don't understand the high rating for this restaurant, unless you want to substitute a noisy archade for mediocre expensive food.
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