Location: 5254 South Lindbergh Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63126
Amenities: buffet, game room, attractions (go karts, bumper cars, bowling, roller coaster, laser tag, tilt-a-while, and 3D movie ride)
Sunday - Thursday 11a.m. - 8p.m. Game Room stays open until 9p.m.
Friday and Saturday 11a.m. - 9p.m. Game Room stays open until 10p.m.
America's Incredible Pizza Company in south county (located in the strip mall next to Ronnie's Theater) is now owned and operated by corporate management. As a result of this change in management, they made 1.4 million dollars worth of improvements. Bloggers were invited to enjoy a free buffet to come in and check out the changes made. I had not been to Incredible Pizza before (or Hammers, as it was formerly called), so I don't have past experience to compare our visit to.
We ate lunch at the buffet first. There are 4 different dining rooms, with TVs showing kid shows. The buffet had many types of pizza, deserts- including cookies, soft serve ice cream, slushies, cupcakes, bread pudding, monkey bread, and more. There was also a taco bar which had seasoned beef, shredded chicken, and spicy chicken dip with fritos for dipping. They had some pasta, a great salad bar, and hot dogs as well. The pizza wasn't as bad as I expected, and they did offer to cook us a fresh pizza. The soda area did not have lids for the cups, but the staff was able to find me lids after I asked. There are tons of high chairs for families with younger kids.
They have a special area for toddlers called Tiny Town and it's next to the prize counter.
Inside Tiny Town they have a playground similar to what you'd see at McDonald's, a couple ride on games, and some smaller arcade games. They were all about .75 to play.
The Fairgrounds is the regular game and attraction room. As far as attractions go they offer laser tag, go karts, bumper cars, roller coaster, XD theatre, mini-bowling, and Lost in Space (a tilt-a-whirl ride). Mixed in throughout the room are various other arcade games. All the games use the game card, which debits the cost of the game and collects all your tickets. It's difficult to know how many tickets you have though until you go up to the prize counter to redeem them. Not as fun as when you could carry around a huge cup full of tickets to redeem. My 2.5 year old picked out a little plastic horse, a ball, and a small mermaid doll for her 219 tickets. Thankfully the lady at the prize counter was very patient with the little ones picking out their prizes!