Sadly, it is closing in 2 weeks. It's a shame too because it's a great place. The staff were very nice and my son, his friends and I really had a great time.
Could've stayed at home and played games and ordered a pizza and had more fun
Be patient and friendly to the limited staff and they will treat you like royalty. Seek out Eric: he's the most gentlemanly attendant ever.
It was so much fun for the kids! The workers helped non stop. They could also use computers. Plus there was a bar w/TVs for the adults to watch games or play pool. The pizza was pretty good, too. It cost a $1 each time a kid changed a video game.
Great for a cold, or rainy day. Staff is very accommodating and helpful
No tips, this place was great and the staff was extremely helpful and attentive.
The staff is very accommodating and the wings are amazing. It was a good experience and my kids had a blast just playing all the games they wanted .
I have loved how friendly everyone has always been since they opened. My kids love it there & their food is amazing - we have had everything there. This time when we went the guy that was working wasn't very friendly, not the same atmosphere that I'm use to, but the food still AMAZING & had fun. Would come back, but hope I will experience the usual friendly staff.
Highly recommend changing the Groupon from 1 hour time limit to at least 2+. An hour isn't long enough for a family of six (four kids).
It took them over 90 minutes to get out food out. The service was disorganized at best.
From Our Editors
Walls of terra cotta and sage burn with the glow from a pantheon of computer screens displaying intensely pixilated battles. Adjacent to pool tables and bags setups, slate tiles and dim sconce lighting frame gaming stations, which comfortably cradle players in leather seating with built-in speakers. The terminals eschew traditional arcade games such as Galaga and Pac-Man for the 3D stylings of modern consoles that include Wii, Xbox, and PS3, supplemented by a fully stocked shop where gamers can buy, trade, or rent new and used titles. Game Pazzo's vast number of screens ensures that no more than two players ever need to share one, and the venue's LAN provides an arena for friends to bond before trying on bridesmaid dresses. In the corner stands a stage for karaoke and Rock Band battles, with genuine converted guitars to make musical games as authentic as playing Donkey Kong with real barrels and an actual gorilla.
The in-house bar and café offers libations and grub for kids as well as grown gamers. Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday nights feature Rock Band and karaoke, Wednesday nights offer trivia matchups, and scheduled tournaments give gamers a chance to earn bragging rights and prizes after showing off prowess at games such as Call of Duty and StarCraft. Thursday nights also offer patrons a chance to qualify for the Karaoke World Championships, which can lead to a trip to Finland. Birthday parties and corporate-event packages are also available.