The Richland Chuck E. Cheese restaurant is re-opening in Kennewick.
A soft opening for the 14,458-square-foot restaurant is scheduled for Sept. 15. A grand opening is set for Oct. 1.
The new food and entertainment destination beloved by children of all ages is at 6340 W. Rio Grande Ave., about a block south of the McDonald’s that faces West Canal Drive.
Owners are John and Kathleen Corbin.
The new restaurant replaces the one at 2610 N. Columbia Center Blvd. in Richland, which has been open since 1982.
The new building will be slightly larger than the former location, but will have a different configuration. There will be more floor space with a smaller, open kitchen, which will allow customers to see the pizzas being made.
The Chuck E. Cheese menu features pizzas, sandwiches, wings, appetizers, a salad bar and desserts.
Additionally, the new Kennewick restaurant will include updated games and equipment for the kids.
Chuck E. Cheese is known for its musical and comic robotic entertainment, games, rides and play areas.
A franchise of CEC Entertainment, the Richland location is one of 580 Chuck E. Cheese’s worldwide.
W McKay Construction of Kennewick was the general contractor.
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