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Atlantic Terminal’s Chuck E. Cheese will now serve beer and wine

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Time Out Kids editors

Atlantic Terminal’s Chuck E. Cheese just got a game-changing stamp of approval: in the next three months, they’ll have a license to serve wine and beer! Of age Chuck E. Cheese patrons will be able to enjoy frosty domestic brews like Bud or Miller plus a few specialty and craft beers—a welcome gift for many parents committing to the hotspot's high decibel soundtrack of pumped up kids for an hour or two.

Between 75 and 80 percent of Chuck E. Cheese locations currently serve beer and wine, and Atlantic Terminal’s Chuck E. Cheese formerly held a liquor license before stopping in 2006 due to low sales. The company is allegedly hoping to appeal to a younger crowd of parents with the new development.

What do you think? Will Chuck E. Cheese’s liquor license be a good move for Atlantic Terminal? Be sure to check out our other exciting indoor activities for kids and other kid-friendly bars too.

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