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Dave and Buster's, Philadelphia

Categories: Fun & Games
Inspirock Rating:
2.2/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web
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  • As hard as Dave and Buster's kitchen trys, they just can't get it right. Our most recent visit found our teenagers quite happy in the huge arcade, but as mom and dad, we suffered through the meal and ...  read more »
  • We recently went to D&B for an evening with the kids. Other than gaming don't go. It was filthy, the food was absolutely horrific and took over an hour to receive. The waitress was terrible. It took u...  read more »
  • The food was okay. But the waiter was nice and very friendly. I think dave and busters has the best games and give out good prizes. I'll always choose them over competitors. It's right on a pier which...  read more »
  • Almost a standard DnB. It seemed to be a little smaller then other's I've visited in MD and VA. Still a great experience. Staff responded to issues with machines in a timely manner, although, the tech seemed frustrated when I indicated there was an issue. Food was good and served quickly and waitress was very friendly. Overall a good visit.
  • I have been coming here for years. I really think this D&B has a great atmosphere. The staff is pretty nice. I also think the food selection is pretty good. I would definitely recommend for either a night out with friends and family. It is also good for family-friendly fun. Nice to go on Wednesday for half-price games.
  • First time visiting D&B. This is a grown-up Chuck E Cheese. More games geared towards older kids and adults, and upgraded food choices. We didn't eat so no comment on the food - but there is a full family restaurant on the top floor and a full arcade on the lower floor. My 15 yr old son and I went on Half-Price Wednesday so it was a better deal than on any other day. After being used to XBox and Playstation games, many of these games were less appealing. That doesn't mean we didn't have some fun but we had trouble finding ways to spend all our game credits. We purchased the cheapest amount of credits (125 credits for $25 plus $2 fee). Towards the end, we found a game that seemed to give out the most tickets, played until we had enough for a cheap prize (Small Football). Finally we made another kid happy by giving him about 40 credits and 50 tickets. I can see us going back again to try the food, but just like Chuck E Cheese I can see this getting monotonously old very quickly for both the kids and the adults.
  • Was there for a corporate function. They knew how many people were there as it was a private event and we had a private room and private food buffet but they kept running out of plates and silverware as well as cups and drinks. How does that happen other than lack of attention to details? Otherwise it was a blast.
  • Khira, the waitress, was awesome! She made my son's day for his birthday. Every time she walked past she made a comment about his 9th birthday. She is such a sweet and kind person. We traveled an hour to get there. We'll worth the trip!
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