5254 S. Lindbergh Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63126
Looking to escape the blazing summer heat, or perhaps a fun night out despite those annoying summer showers? Incredible Pizza Company is the answer. With a huge buffet full of delicious eats, attractions and games a plenty, plus an area for the smaller ones, this is one place that is hard to beat when it comes to all out fun! We had the opportunity to visit the Incredible Pizza Company location in my hometown of Memphis, TN for an exciting day away from the bright and brutal sun. There's so much fun to be had, and I'm going to tell you all about it right here!
Even though the kids are there for the games and play, us grown-ups like to make sure that the food selection is on point. Luckily, the buffet at Incredible Pizza has a wide variety of food for all palates to enjoy!
Bella chose two slices of pepperoni pizza with a side of mac 'n cheese. If a menu or buffet has pizza on it, that's what she will ALWAYS select! She commented how delicious the pizza was, and that she couldn't wait to go back for more later.
My mom chose to take advantage of the massive salad bar with it's 80 item spread, while I decided to indulge in a pregnancy craving with a baked potato. She went back for some pizza and a taco, while I waited until the end of our stay to visit the buffet once more.
My mom and Bella were able to partake in a few attractions available at Incredible Pizza (due to my pregnancy, I was unable to). Bella's absolute favorite one was the Bumper Cars! She actually rode it twice - once immediately after we ate and another right before we left. She was a tiny bit too short to reach the pedals, but that didn't deter her from having a blast out there and bumping into everyone.
Another hit at Incredible Pizza were the Go Karts! Bella didn't reach the height limit to be able to drive, so Nana climbed in to take control of the wheel!
There was a sign on the side of the ramp that stated that all go karts drive at different speeds, so of course - they managed to be in the slowest one! It was quite funny watching them try their hardest to compete with the others, but they were getting lapped. Hehe!
Lost in Space is a tilt-o-whirl type attraction at Incredible Pizza. My mom didn't quite love this ride due to all of the spinning, but Bella sure did!
If you have a smaller child and are worried that there won't be anything they can do at Incredible Pizza, rest assured that there's an area specifically designed just for them. Tiny Town includes playground, easy games and quite a few gentle rides.
The games in the Tiny Town area were more up Bella's alley. She found them much easier to play, and I liked that they were more like the games that I grew up with!
The air hockey table game was our favorite since we could both play! I beat her by one point, even though I wasn't exactly trying to win. Since we had an unlimited video game pass, we were able to play this one over and over again! It doesn't express tickets, so it's considered a video game.
Bella was also able to ride as many rides as she wanted in the Tiny Town area, since they were also under the video game umbrella. She absolutely loved them (even though she's been on actual roller coasters at theme parks)! Since Bella is a huge Sonic the Hedgehog fan, I knew once I saw the ride, that she would want to hop inside and re-enact some scenes from her favorite episodes, and that she did!
Even though Bella preferred the games inside of the Tiny Town area, she still found a few on the main floor that she could play and enjoy. One of those was this Cruis'n Blast racing game! She couldn't reach the pedal, so my mom had to rest her foot on it while Bella controlled the steering wheel. Bella came in 2nd place! Hooray!
Bella found a familiar, albeit much larger, game that could actually include another player - PacMan!
My mom and Bella also played the Grand Piano Keys game. This was an easy game where you aligned the lighted-up notes on the screen with the keys. Bella won 10 tickets!
Like any kid, Bella couldn't wait to find out how many tickets she earned and what prizes she could pick out! We didn't play very many prize games, but Bella still walked away with 150 tickets earned. She browsed through all of the toys and stuffed animals, but had to make sure that her prize selection cost 150 tickets or less.
Bella chose an emoji yo-yo and two Tootsie Rolls! She said that the Tootsie Rolls were for me since I love them so much. She's so sweet!
And guess what?! I have a coupon for y'all to enjoy a 99-cent buffet with a $17 game card purchase! This will make summer outings a lot more affordable so more money stays in your pocket!