Jewelry & Jeans: An Adult Playground {A Review of Dave & Buster's}

An Adult Playground {A Review of Dave & Buster's}

Monday, October 17, 2016

Fresno recently got a fun new playground specifically tailored for adults; Dave & Buster's.  If you don't know what D&B is it's a 30,000 facility filled with state of the art HDTV screens in every corner, one of a kind drinks, over the top food creations and more than 140 of the newest games.

D&B is open 7 days a week with its grand opening on October 17th. Sunday through Thursday 11am-12am and Friday & Saturday 11am-1am. They offer happy hour daily and game day specials which is great since most every day is a game day.  You can rent out a room for as few as 10 guests or the entire facility for over 1400 of your closest friends and family!

With more than 87 locations, Dave & Buster's has definitely dialed in the fun.  There are huge HDTV's covering the sports bar and plenty of life size games like connect four, pacman and a four way air hockey game that is my favorite. You can earn points and tickets to put towards all kinds of prizes like video games and novelty toys.

 2 time champ!!

The food options are immense but in all honesty a bit over the top for my taste.  They come across as a little bit comfort and a little bit fair food.  Pizzadilla (pizza and quesadilla in one) pork and macaroni and cheese sandwiches and burgers with buffalo wings are crazy concoctions but no judgment here if you're into that sort of thing. They do offer some lighter fare like salads as well. The banana foster dessert is out of this world and they offer some really unique and tasty cocktails.  I loved the spiked root beer and the coconut flavored snow cone.
I definitely see a few fun nights out here in my near future.  Perfect for watching our local bulldogs play with friends or having a fun date night with the hubs! I think it will be a hit here in Fresno. 

I worked with Dave & Buster's in exchange for this post however, as always all opinions are my own. 


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