Super-sized party multiplex for casual diners and serious drinkers who like a joystick with their drumsticks and swizzle sticks.. In Short This massive entertainment complex lures customers in with its arcade, then keeps them there by way of a spacious eatery serving pizza, pasta, burgers and finger food. Classic games like billiards, skeeball and shuffleboard are balanced by electronic counterpoints such as Ms. Pac-Man, Centipede and virtual-reality simulators that re-create an 18-wheeler ride or a Star Trek voyage. Of the two full bars, one comes with a 20-screen videodome designed for armchair quarterbacks.
We have been to D & B a couple times, and have found it to be a very fun experience. The food is ok, we were disappointed by the blackened chicken pasta as the bottom of the dish was full of water, and the sauce left alot to be desired, but very happy with the filet with peppercorn sauce and boursin cheese, topped with crisp onions and also with the chicken strips. The wait staff has always been very friendly and knowledgeable. The drinks can get pretty expensive, with 2 double neat Grand Marniers costing $30.00 (We could have bought a bottle!) But the atmosphere is fun and the games are great. Dont go on a weeknight and expect service at the machines though, as we flipped the drink switch while playing and a very rude attendant did come by, however it was to flip the switch off and walk away without saying a word.