Chuck E. Cheese

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Proper noun[edit]

Chuck E. Cheese

  1. Chuck E. Cheese's, a chain of pizzerias complemented by diversions for young children such as climbing equipment, arcades, and animatronic characters.
    • 2006 April 9, Harold McGee (interviewee), Anne Strainchamps (interviewer), “Techno Cuisine”, To the Best of Our Knowledge, Wisconsin Public Radio
      Dining should be fun. Eating should be fun. It should be like a kid going to Chuck E. Cheese for the first time.
    • 2006 July 7, Douglas Sarine (guest), “'Pirates' Any Good? Ask a Ninja, If You Dare”, All Things Considered, National Public Radio
      I went and did the research on, like, how they came up with this movie and basically, it was inspired by old-school robot pirates, like, like, I'm talking Chuck E. Cheese-style
    • 2008 February 16, Chuck Liddell (guest), Wait, Wait...Don’t Tell Me!, National Public Radio
      Man, I'd climb on the jungle gym. Everyone laughs. I go into Chuck E. Cheese, I'm climbing up through the—, I'll chase my kids through those little crawl spaces up there.
  2. The chain's logo and mascot, an anthropomorphic rat.

Usage notes[edit]

  • This term may have trademark status.