Until the day they discover beer, every kid knows that nothing goes with pizza like frenetic fun involving ball pits, bumper cars, and animatronic robots. For $10, today's deal will get you and your kids $20 worth of sauce-slathered pies, games, and more at Incredible Pizza Company, Nickelodeon's 2009 Parents' Pick for Best Pizza in San Antonio.
The indecisive and the eternally hungry will both rejoice at Incredible Pizza Company's perfectly credible all-you-can-eat buffet. Each day, you can fill up on more than 30 different pizza varieties on three types of crust. If you can't find the flavor you're craving, the friendly staff will whip one up fresh. You'll also be free to feast on pasta, a baked-potato bar, homemade soups, salads, and desserts. When you've finally had all you can eat, work off the calories with a trip to IPC's game room. There, you can mini-bowl ($3.25), cruise around in bumper cars ($2.75), race go-karts ($4.50 single, $5.50 double), and other full-stomach-rattling bursts of fun. Incredible Pizza Company is open Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Buffet purchase is required for entry. Buffet prices are $9.99 for ages 12 and up; $4.99 weekdays and $6.99 weekends for ages 55 and older; $8.99 for children ages 8 to 11; and $6.59 for children ages 4 to 7. Childen three and under eat for free.
- A great place for families with kids and Seniors…Pig-out squared. – DWKTexas, TripAdvisor
- I have been to Incredible Pizza more times than I would like to admit. I have even attempted to go alone…I suggest you go in, pay the $8 for the buffet at lunch, sit and watch old classic movies all day long… – Alisa R., Yelp
- This is a great spot for family fun and large or small groups. The kids enjoyed this…and the food is very good. – Just4Reviews, Google Maps
San Antonio’s Incredible Pizza Company
People wage wars at San Antonio’s Incredible Pizza Company—against other drivers on the go-karts and bumper cars. The indoor amusement park features two kinds of go-karts – the stock-car speed and the slower ‘Busch’ speed. Announcers report each turn and flag the winners. Visitors can instigate harmless car crashes in the bumper car area or spend five frames toppling pins while playing mini-bowling.
The funporium’s All-You-Can-Eat Buffet—featuring more than 100 items—including original, deep pan, crispy lavosh crust, and gluten-free upon request, all crowned with more than 30 different toppings. Verdant greens and freshly made dressings await visitors at the popular salad bar along with homemade soups. The potato station comes with every necessity for side-dish construction with bacon bits and more. A variety of sauces enliven the buffet’s fettuccine and spaghetti noodles. Homestyle cooking includes Frito pie and hotdogs.