There was a time as a child when going to Chuck E. Cheese seemed like the best thing in the world. As an adult I can’t think of anything worse. Children screeching, baby vomit-splattered floors, sticky arcade games, demonic robots, and their pizza-flavored rounds of pure grease. Well, now you can choke on Chuck E. Cheese’s glob of grease in the comfort of your own home. They have started using a different name to sell food on delivery apps but swear it isn’t because they’re trying to trick people into ordering their nasty pizza, or anything like that.
TMZ says that if you see the restaurant, Pasqually’s Pizza & Wings, on delivery apps you should know that it’s just Chuck E. Cheese in a wig. It’s named after the Italian chef stereotype of Pasqually who is definitely someone you want to order food from. Oh, and Pasqually is also a comedian:
On Grubhub, every Pasqually’s Pizza location is a Chuck E. Cheese, but they can explain. The company said Pasqually is its own thing within the CEC empire. It’s more of a “premium” pizza with a different makeup than the “kid-friendly” ones.
“Pasqually’s Pizza & Wings’ recipes use fresh, homemade pizza dough, just like Chuck E. Cheese, but it is a different pizza that features a thicker crust and extra sauce, giving consumers a more flavorful, more premium pizza experience. While Pasqually’s Pizza & Wings recipes are currently only available for delivery, select items might be added to the Chuck E. Cheese menu in the future.”
A reason they may be “rebranding” may have to do with the drama they suffered last year at the hands of YouTuber Shane Dawson who talked about the conspiracy they re-use pizza. If they want to recycle pizza, they should send Chuck E. Cheese to dumpster dive for un-eaten pizza slices outside of a Pizza Hut and serve that. It’d be better.
Obviously that rascal mouse Chuck is trying to hide money by now going as “Pasqually.” I smell a fake-rodent tax scheme! Gotta love the “Same pizza, but now with ingredients!” marketing. Of course they need to put more stuff on the pizza. How can you sell authentic Chuck E. Cheese pizza without eight to ten children sneezing or coughing on it as it’s walked to your table? Clearly that’s where most of the seasoning comes from!