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Chuck E Cheese, LankyBox launch dine-in menu for limited-time only


Chuck E. Cheese is partnering with LankyBox Kitchen to create a bundle featuring the brand’s famous characters, Foxy, Boxy, Rocky, Sticky, Canny, Ghosty, Thicc Shark, Milky and LankyBot.

For $15.99, each bundle offers guests a choice of mac and cheese — classic, buffalo or pizza mac and cheese — as well as Foxy Churros, a multi-colored, dessert dusted with cotton candy, sour apple and blue raspberry sugar. Each also includes a QR code for rewards, 100 E-tickets and LankyBox trading cards, according to a company press release.

In partnership with Virtual Dining Concepts, Chuck E. Cheese and LankyBox Kitchen announced the collaboration last November as the newest delivery-only restaurant brand. With Chuck E. Cheese being the largest family entertainment center and restaurant brand in America, and LankyBox being one of the world’s most popular YouTube entertainment brands, the partnership was a natural fit, according to David McKillips, president and CEO of CEC Entertainment, the parent company of Chuck E. Cheese.

“We are thrilled to partner with LankyBox and bring their fun and imaginative characters to life through The LankyBox Kitchen Bundle,” he said in the release. “At Chuck E Cheese, we are always looking for new ways to deliver great food and entertainment experiences to families nationwide. The LankyBox Kitchen Bundle is an exciting addition to our deals menu and we can’t wait for our guests to enjoy it along with the exclusive LankyBox content that comes with it. This partnership is a testament to our commitment to providing the best family entertainment experience possible.”

This latest collaboration allows for guests dining in at Chuck E. Cheese to order from the LankyBox Kitchen menu but for for a limited-time only.

“CEC and their visionary leader David McKillips have been true partners in the creation of LankyBox Kitchen,” Robbie Earl, co-founder and president Virtual Dining Concepts, which also owns the virtual brand, MrBeast Burger, said in the release. “This on-menu collaboration marks a historic moment in the virtual brands industry. Fans for the first time ever will be able to experience a virtual brand on menu and in store! Bringing a truly 360 degree partnership to life. I’m excited for the industry to witness the power of virtual brands in driving not only delivery traffic, but foot traffic to brick-and-mortar stores.”

CEC Entertainment operates a system of nearly 600 Chuck E. Cheese and over than 120 Peter Piper Pizza venues as well as numerous ghost kitchens.


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