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Kid Review: America’s Incredible Pizza

KID REVIEWER ISAAC ROLDÁN AT AMERICA’S INCREDIBLE PIZZA.

Venue name: America’s Incredible Pizza, 5833 Northwest Expy

Kid Reviewer: Isaac Roldán, 7 years old

What made the experience stand out?

I went to America’s Incredible Pizza a really long time ago but it was different because now there’s a small roller coaster to ride and bowling. The video games are also really fun and you don’t have to take any coins now to use them. You get a card and the tickets you win are on those too.

What was the best part?

I liked the bowling area the very best. It was the most interactive, I guess you could say, because you have to use your hands a lot and your whole family can play that.

What was the worst part?

I wanted to keep playing! We went there at 3 o’clock and we stayed until 8 o’clock, when they closed, but I could have kept going. The problem is time goes really fast in there.

Will other kids like the activity and why?

Sure! They’ll like getting to do different things, like bumper cars and go-karts. I don’t know any kids who wouldn’t like the video games.

Would this be enjoyed by your siblings? Why or why not?

My oldest brother, Sam, is 11 and he drove himself in the go-karts. I need two more inches to be able to drive but if other kids are taller than me, they’ll like those. I was going to go as a passenger but I ran out of time. There are bounce houses my younger brother, Gabriel, liked to jump on; he’s 4.

If you could go again knowing what you know now, what would you do differently?

I would play laser tag. I didn’t find out until the end that there’s a place to do that too.

What do you think you,ll remember most about having done this activity?

I’ll remember going with my family. I like bowling when we all play. I hope we can go back for Spring Break!

[Editor’s Note: Read all our Kid Reviews at www.metrofamilymagazine.com/Kid-Reviews/]

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