Chuck E. Cheese's


Chuck E. Cheese tests a membership program

The three-tiered program starts at $7.99 a month and offers families a weekly ration of gaming tokens and tickets, plus discounts on food.


Chuck E. Cheese's 'Grown-Up Menu' is the latest piece of a brand refresh

Behind the Menu: The eatertainment chain aims to enhance the experience for all family members at its venues, and food is a big part of the upgrade.

The food-and-games chain, which also owns Peter Piper, is reportedly exploring a sale, three years after it emerged from bankruptcy.

Parents who bring their kids to the eatertainment concept have to eat too, and now there’s more pizza, wings, meatballs and desserts geared to grownup tastes.

The eatertainment concept has struck a licensing deal to create a new branded area at a Sacramento water park.

A Deeper Dive: David McKillips, CEO of CEC Entertainment, joins the podcast to discuss Chuck E. Cheese and how to blend two similar brands into the same company.

The longtime industry veteran will move over from Chuck E. Cheese's parent company at the end of the month.

The brand backed by a popular YouTube channel was created in partnership with MrBeast Burger parent Virtual Dining Concepts.

The 45-year-old food-and-games chain is remodeling all of its 470 locations to cater to tech-savvy Gen Alpha kids and their always-on-the-clock parents, to the tune of more than a half million dollars per store.

After a year of bankruptcies and bad news, food-and-games brands are welcoming families back with promotions, new menu offerings and more. But they still have a way to go to get back to pre-pandemic sales.

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