The unlimited laser tag deal they run occasionally is a rip-off!!!!! They assign start times and if you're lucky you get to in one game in 3 hours. It's a much better deal to just pay for an individual game.
Definitely a nostalgic experience. One of the last drive-ins around. Cheeseburgers are good, can skip the nachos.
I love going to see movies at the Bistro. The recliners are really comfortable and it is fun having the table service during the show. This theater is also conveniently located. Overall, I am a big fan!
I paid for two family specials tonight to provide my son and his cousins a 'birthday' party instead of the party package they sell. I want them to have food but didn't think we would need an hour of lasertag time. They forgot to bring out our drinks. My son, the birthday boy, had to stand and wait through the whole game because his equipment wasn't working. He cried and was very upset. They let us play again. But then when we went to eat the cake I asked for some more plates and forks. They said since we had't purchased their party package we had to pay an additional $6. Between the two family packs we bought, all the additional meals the adults paid for separately and the drinks too you would think that they wouldn't be obnoxious about 9 extra paper plates and 16 forks. What kind of restaurant doesn't have these to begin with!! My kids had fun, but make sure you bring everything you might possibly need if you want to have a party there! I left very annoyed with their establishment and will not do another party there.
I took my girls there for the first time last Friday, and they LOVED it. I used to go to the drive-in all the time as a child and a teenager, and this trip brought back a lot of wonderful memories. We will be going back!!!