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Chuck E. Cheese’s opens four new restaurants in US

Published 08 January 2014

American family dining and entertainment chain Chuck E. Cheese’s has opened four new restaurants across the US.

Adding a total of 61,007ft2 space to Chuck E. Cheese's global footprint, the new restaurants are located at 5539 S. Williamson Blvd. in Port Orange, Florida; 2471 Okeechobee Blvd. Building A in West Palm Beach, Florida.; 1910 Zaragoza in El Paso, Texas; and 700 Exterior St. in the Bronx, New York.

With the opening of first Chuck E. Cheese's stores in Port Orange and West Palm Beach, the chain has a total of 29 locations in Florida.

Additionally, the borough's second restaurant at 700 Exterior St. now totals to 23 restaurants in New York while the 1910 Zaragoza El Paso store is the third Chuck E. Cheese's restaurant in the city.

For the entertainment of the guests, the new restaurants feature 70 games like Akra Boat, Fruit Ninja, Guitar Hero, Power Drop, NBA Hoops and Skee-ball.

Additionally, they include new Circle of Lights stage - a fully digital, screen-based entertainment package showcasing the updated Chuck E. Cheese rock star character voiced by Bowling for Soup front man, Jaret Reddick.

Chuck E. Cheese's, which opened 13 new restaurants in the US in 2013, plans to open new restaurants domestically and internationally in the first quarter of 2014. It operates 571 stores in total.