Frankie's Fun Park

★★★★☆
The Triangle's Premier Place for Fun!
  • 11190 Fun Park Dr

    Raleigh, NC 27617

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  • 919-433-7888

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M-Th 10am-10pm Friday and Saturday 10am-12am Sunday 11am-10pm

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I love Frankie's. It's in a great location, the facilities are always clean and the putt-putt is really nicely laid out. It's always busy, but I have never seen anything untoward going on in their facilities. Any time I have gone to Frankie's, I've had a great time!

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★★★★★

I love Frankie's. It's in a great location, the facilities are always clean and the putt-putt is really nicely laid out. It's always busy, but I have never seen anything untoward going on in their facilities. Any time I have gone to Frankie's, I've had a great time!

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I got taken here for Mother's Day with my family and my mom. We ordered the Fried Sampler App, a side of fries, and a large pepperoni. pizza. The pizza came before the app, which came out a few minutes later. The only thing decent was the fries. The pizza was dry and tasteless, as were all the items in the app. My husband and I both worked in a pizza restaurant for years and my mom is a chef, our opinion...all the food ordered was low quality frozen food.

Our server was polite and professional. He should be in a much better establishment.

As for the game room, beware the "fun house" it costs $8. Overall, the games were fun. My son loved the mini bowling.

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★☆☆☆☆

I got taken here for Mother's Day with my family and my mom. We ordered the Fried Sampler App, a side of fries, and a large pepperoni. pizza. The pizza came before the app, which came out a few minutes later. The only thing decent was the fries. The pizza was dry and tasteless, as were all the items in the app. My husband and I both worked in a pizza restaurant for years and my mom is a chef, our opinion...all the food ordered was low quality frozen food.

Our server was polite and professional. He should be in a much better establishment.

As for the game room, beware the "fun house" it costs $8. Overall, the games were fun. My son loved the mini bowling.

Pros: Server

Cons: Food

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Frankie's Fun Park is the Triangle's best entertainment complex, and happily, the on-site restaurant is a pleasant surprise.

My son loves to go to Frankie's to play pinball and mini-golf, and positive experiences have led me to never be averse to a stop in their namesake restaurant. Their kid's meals are about the same price as those offered at fast food places, but of much higher quality. The adult-oriented items are just as good if not better than similar dishes served for higher prices at locations you would expect to serve significantly better food than a restaurant located in an elaborate arcade.

You would be justified in not expecting a whole lot from such an establishment, but the reality is that the menu is quite robust and its offerings are very competently prepared and presented. The menu offers something for everyone, from a wide range of apps to a number of burgers, soups and salads, sandwiches, wraps, pasta, chicken, seafood, pizza and calzones, and even ribs and steak. I have eaten there perhaps 6 or 7 times, and have enjoyed everything I've ordered, spanning close to the entire range of the menu. Service is best at mealtimes, but can be a bit less attentive during off-hours.

My server this evening told me that the head chef at Frankie's ("Chef James", according to the menu) is the former chef for the Carolina Panthers, and clearly he brought some solid linemen with him, as he's obviously got some good help in the kitchen. A cozy, well-stocked bar in the attractive dining room rounds out the experience.

Recommended.

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★★★★☆

Frankie's Fun Park is the Triangle's best entertainment complex, and happily, the on-site restaurant is a pleasant surprise.

My son loves to go to Frankie's to play pinball and mini-golf, and positive experiences have led me to never be averse to a stop in their namesake restaurant. Their kid's meals are about the same price as those offered at fast food places, but of much higher quality. The adult-oriented items are just as good if not better than similar dishes served for higher prices at locations you would expect to serve significantly better food than a restaurant located in an elaborate arcade.

You would be justified in not expecting a whole lot from such an establishment, but the reality is that the menu is quite robust and its offerings are very competently prepared and presented. The menu offers something for everyone, from a wide range of apps to a number of burgers, soups and salads, sandwiches, wraps, pasta, chicken, seafood, pizza and calzones, and even ribs and steak. I have eaten there perhaps 6 or 7 times, and have enjoyed everything I've ordered, spanning close to the entire range of the menu. Service is best at mealtimes, but can be a bit less attentive during off-hours.

My server this evening told me that the head chef at Frankie's ("Chef James", according to the menu) is the former chef for the Carolina Panthers, and clearly he brought some solid linemen with him, as he's obviously got some good help in the kitchen. A cozy, well-stocked bar in the attractive dining room rounds out the experience.

Recommended.

Pros: Varied menu and very good dishes in a place you wouldn't expect it

Cons: Sometimes spotty service during off-mealtime hours

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I love, love, love Frankies. Great place for a round of miniature golf. The course is 18 holes and they are challenging and fun. It is a great way to spend 6 dollars and spend time with friends and families. The batting cages and go carts are also fun and reasonably priced. I have not played in the arcade but when I walk through everyone seems to be having a good time.

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★★★★☆

I love, love, love Frankies. Great place for a round of miniature golf. The course is 18 holes and they are challenging and fun. It is a great way to spend 6 dollars and spend time with friends and families. The batting cages and go carts are also fun and reasonably priced. I have not played in the arcade but when I walk through everyone seems to be having a good time.

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Frankie's is a fun, family/kid oriented place, but bring your credit card. You'll definitely spend money there. Nothing is cheap. In fact, I would say the arcade games are over priced. Miniature golf is around $6 per person, which is reasonable in my book. I hear there restaurant is good, but I haven't tried it.

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★★★☆☆

Frankie's is a fun, family/kid oriented place, but bring your credit card. You'll definitely spend money there. Nothing is cheap. In fact, I would say the arcade games are over priced. Miniature golf is around $6 per person, which is reasonable in my book. I hear there restaurant is good, but I haven't tried it.

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Frankies has a very kid friendly atmosphere. It is on the expensive side, but worth the money. The people are friendly and the kids seem to really enjoy themselves. I would recommend this place to families for a day of fun.

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★★★★☆

Frankies has a very kid friendly atmosphere. It is on the expensive side, but worth the money. The people are friendly and the kids seem to really enjoy themselves. I would recommend this place to families for a day of fun.

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We took the kids here as a group one day. Its pretty expensive so make sure you bring plenty of money and be sure to make sure your kids understand not to blow it all in one place. Frankie's has a reloadable card so your child can spend his money on whatever they want to do without carrying loads of tokens around or begging you to give him more at each activity. There are some nice rides the kids like, but if your kid is a die hard amusement park buff, this is probably like baby stuff to him. So, if thats the case, the child would probably like the arcade games and some other activities more than the rides.

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★★★★☆

We took the kids here as a group one day. Its pretty expensive so make sure you bring plenty of money and be sure to make sure your kids understand not to blow it all in one place. Frankie's has a reloadable card so your child can spend his money on whatever they want to do without carrying loads of tokens around or begging you to give him more at each activity. There are some nice rides the kids like, but if your kid is a die hard amusement park buff, this is probably like baby stuff to him. So, if thats the case, the child would probably like the arcade games and some other activities more than the rides.

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