First, when I called he said "THIS IS CHUCK & CHEESE" in a very loud tone of voice. I asked what type of subs they made and he said "Im eating Dinner right now". Is he eating on his job? Second, when i walked in the store I noticed a BUCKET WITH PUKE IN IT on the floor! GROSS! the place smelt like a wolf walked in and died Or maybe even a wild crowd of bikers storming through the store with no shirts or pants on. Their was a picture of a nazi symbol on it ! DONT GO TO CHUCK & CHEESES!!!!!!!!!
Immediately when I walked in, I found the owner slumped behind his desk with a piece of pizza in hand. I was about to place my order, but he asserted that "it was dinner time" in a furious tone. I informed him that eating while on the job was very unprofessional, to which he responded by throwing his pizza on the ground and spitting in my direction. I was aghast, but nonetheless just shrugged it off and inquired why this Chuck E. Cheese looked different from all the others I had been to .To this he screamed at me, "IT IS CHUCK AND CHEESE!!!" in a very malicious tone. He then turned around, and called out what looked to me like an extremely skinny woman, who spat in my food and gave it to me like nothing happened. I no longer wanted it, I turned and ran for the door. DO NOT GO HERE.
The owner claims the place is called "chuck and cheese," they have terrible service and have ruined every meal I've bought from them by either throwing up, or sneezing in it. The place is revolting.
the best pizza places are; the lynwood, cap cod cafe, town spa, christo's, west side, stoughton house of pizza, georges cafe. there is enough great pizza places to avoid the chains.