Childs Play Cafe

★★☆☆☆

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If you have money to burn, and don't care about your childs safety..this is the place for you. Its VERY expensive, the food is bad & hazards for little ones everywhere. My friends child was burned very badly there, and mine just hated the supervised area (the person there was definitely not a kid person). Needless to say I was very surprised at the bill, $5 for a tasteless bagel and $4 for a weak latte - plus $7 an hour, just to be there!! I won't be going back. Plus it wouldnt hurt if the staff there smiled once in awhile...geesh!

PROS: none
CONS: no parking, overpriced, safety hazards for tots

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★☆☆☆☆

If you have money to burn, and don't care about your childs safety..this is the place for you. Its VERY expensive, the food is bad & hazards for little ones everywhere. My friends child was burned very badly there, and mine just hated the supervised area (the person there was definitely not a kid person). Needless to say I was very surprised at the bill, $5 for a tasteless bagel and $4 for a weak latte - plus $7 an hour, just to be there!! I won't be going back. Plus it wouldnt hurt if the staff there smiled once in awhile...geesh!

PROS: none
CONS: no parking, overpriced, safety hazards for tots

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This seemed like a great idea when it first opened and I was really excited about it. A place where adults and kids can go and adults can relax with coffee or tea and a snack while the kids played. However, as they got more popular they took away the weekend free play times and reserved the weekends exclusively for their pricey birthday parties. I was disappointed because as a parent who has to work full-time, I wanted to be able to bring my children there on a weekend. I can't even afford a birthday party there!

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★★★☆☆

This seemed like a great idea when it first opened and I was really excited about it. A place where adults and kids can go and adults can relax with coffee or tea and a snack while the kids played. However, as they got more popular they took away the weekend free play times and reserved the weekends exclusively for their pricey birthday parties. I was disappointed because as a parent who has to work full-time, I wanted to be able to bring my children there on a weekend. I can't even afford a birthday party there!

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