Do you think it’s a good or bad addition?
In an effort to appeal to more parents – and increase sales – Chuck E. Cheese’s has opened up its menu and added more adult-preferred beverages to the list – beer and wine.
While no specific announcements have been made concerning new additions to the beer and wine menu, almost any changes would represent an improvement. For now, in Chuck E. Cheeses that offer alcohol—not all do—the options are generally limited to a couple of beers (typically Miller Lite and Miller Genuine Draft, priced at $2.99 for Regular and $3.99 for Large) and either Blush or Chablis ($4.99). All are poured out of taps into plastic cups, and there’s a two-drink limit.
What do you think? Would this entice you to go there more often?