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iT’Z Houston, Houston

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  • the machines they have old and when u swipe ur card more than one time machine keeps charging u even if it wont work ... dont waste ur money there  more »
  • Met some parents for a farewell party for our team coach. Kids played while we ate and drank. While it served the purpose of kids not getting bored while the parents chatted, it was an expensive eveni...  more »
  • We went with our extended family and the older kids had a great time. The kids ranged from 1.5-11 years old. $5 gets you 20 points and the average game cost 3-5 tokens. Earning tickets is a farse beca...  more »
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  • Seems like the place to go to celebrate. Unfortunately upon entering the establishment the first thing to contend with is the pricing and what value you're getting for those prices. After feeling we've figured that out all you can eat all you can play, but not the ones with the rewards. We found out the hard way that the all-you-can-eat is only to a certain time. There was no indication of this prior to purchase so rather than paying almost $4 for a drink I left thirsty . Secondly we contended with the displacement of a card we just paid for ... my son is adamant that his pocket was picked) we still had our receipt so the management was kind enough to replace it. The last thing we tried was the ride that slings you around the room. When I sat down it was as though a not so not-so-friendly friend slammed me in the back. That was the securing mechanism. There didn't seem to be a lot of interest when I mentioned it to the young man monitoring the ride. As well The Handlebar was loose. Probably not a big help if something did happen. But it was worth the ride, I guess if you like that sort of thing. I guess if they wanted to make it better give a better option for the games with the tickets.
  • Place was great to spend time with the family. Only dislike was half the games where not functioning. Game seemed it would work. but you could run your play card and nothing would start. Some games also took my game points but didn't let us play.
  • Field Trip with a bus full of 8th graders and they didn't complain at all. At lunch time, there was only cheese pizza but it was still good. (Hot and fresh) they also sell ice cream and it's a huge serving for only $2.17. will come back with the rest of the family.
  • You're forced into the sub par pizza buffet to get in. The pizza is TERRIBLE, "pasta" is a joke and the desert is worse which I thought would be impossible. No one who works here looks even the slightest bit happy to have a paying job! Of course it's only high school kids so don't really expect much in the area of customer service so considering I waited almost 10 minutes to be acknowledged after walking in was no surprise! The $7 ride card is the ONLY thing going for this place! My kids rode a few rides over and over, if not for that I would have rated a 1,only because a zero isn't an option. Chuck e Cheese has better food, better service, cheaper prices. Although less in the terms of rides but I feel my kids would have had a better time there with just the games and quality.
  • Food was not good. Games were ok. Bathroom was decent. The twirling coaster was the best. FYI, don't waste your points on the laser thing that was the worst!