Chuck E. Cheese Wiki

Welcome to Chuck E. Cheese Wiki! We're so glad you're here!

READ MORE

Chuck E. Cheese Wiki
Advertisement

This is a list of every version of the 1997 Studio C Model (also known as Studio C Alpha) created.

Store that Opened with a Studio C (1997)[]

Location Opening Date Current Condition/Notes Notes
Brookfield, WI December 1997 First ever Studio C Alpha to open after its creation. Currently in Operation
Grand Chute, WI (4671 Michales Dr) March 1998 First ever Studio C Alpha to open in 1998. Received 2.0 in 2019. Location Closed in June 2020
Thousand Oaks, CA (130 W Hillcrest Dr) May 4, 1998 Has a rare Sports Room. Received 2.0 in 2023.
Plano, TX (1604 Preston Rd) May 1998 The stage was replaced by the first ever dance floor, which that was installed at the location in 2015, and updated in 2019. When they received 2.0 in December 2022, the dance floor was updated for the third time. The stage went to Dearborn, MI in 2015, where it stayed there until it was removed when that location received 2.0 in August 2023 Received 2.0 in December 2022.
Canton, OH (6370 Strip Ave) July 23, 1998 Opened with the 1998 remodel and stayed the same until the late 2000's when they received the 2005 Remodel and underwent an expansion. In 2013, the Interactive Console and Blue Screen were removed. In 2015, the curtains were disabled. On April 29, 2024, when the store started the 2.0 remodel, the stage would be removed. Received 2.0 in April 2024.
Kent, WA (25817 104th Ave) May 1998 Kent opened with the Phase 2 remodel. Between 2008 and 2010, they received the 2005 update to the 2003 "Cool Chuck" Reconfiguration / Major Remodel Initiative, which involved removing all 90s decor for new decor, tearing down showroom walls and balcony seating, adding purple walls, and changed the exterior. Around the mid-late 2010s, the Skytubes were thrown out. Kent didn't see any modifications since opening, with the exception of the curtains being disabled, Chuck's cap removal, and Studio C ceasing programming in late 2022. Still in Use
Macon, GA (3374 Mercer University Dr) July 1998 It was a Phase 3 store, but the street sign was a 2005 look. Closed in June 2020 as one of the 34 locations due to bankruptcy. The site remained vacant after that, and nothing took its place. Closed on June 25, 2020
Salinas, CA (1447 North Davis Rd) September 29, 1998 Had the Alpha for 25 years and it's still there today. Still in Use
Orlando, FL (7456 West Colonial Dr) November 12, 1998 Formerly one of two Studio C Alphas remaining in the Orlando area. First new build Studio C store in Orlando. Grant (CEC Florida on YouTube) had made some changes to the Stage during the time when he worked at the store when they had an animatronic, including Reenabling the Curtains, as well as Chuck E. briefly having his Late-Night outfit in 2022. In 2021, the Bot received the Head the Orlando (International Drive) location, which received 2.0 in 2021. Received 2.0 in April 2023.
Fayetteville, NC (511 North McPherson Church Rd) November 1998 Opened as Phase 3 until 2011 when they got Phase 4 and expanded. In 2012, the Blue Screen and Interactive Console were removed. Between 2017 and 2023, monitor lighting effects, the Gemini, one of the Roboscans, and the curtains were all removed. Then in September, the 2.0 remodel began, with Bird, Pizza Phone, and Pizza Time Clock being removed on the same day. Two days later, Chuck was removed along with the rest of the stage. This was the first Studio C in the Carolinas and the last Alpha in the state. Received 2.0 in September 2023.
Lubbock, TX (5612 West Loop 289) October 4, 1999 Got the 2.0 remodel in August 2018 with an interesting, rare exterior sign. Received 2.0 in August 2018.
West Islip, NY (155 Sunrise Hwy) December 1998 On July 1st 2024, the Alpha was removed. Received 2.0 In July 2024.
Houston, TX (6787 Hwy 6) December 12, 1998 N/A N/A
Las Vegas, NV (7381 W Lake Mead Blvd) December 31, 1998 Not to be confused with many other Las Vegas locations, Lake Mead had a Studio C Alpha stage. Around 2005, the curtains were disabled. In 2013, Chuck's cap was removed. On April 1, 2022, the stage was removed for a 2021 Model Dance Floor and Video Wall. Received 2.0 in April 2022.
Lafayette, LA (3555 Ambassador Caffery Pkwy) January 1999 First ever Studio C Alpha to open in 1999. Received 2.0 in 2019.
Palm Desert, CA (72513 Hwy 111) January 5, 1999 Not much is known about this location except for the 2.0 remodel that occurred in September 2023, which resulted in removing the stage for a Dance Floor + Video Wall. Received 2.0 in September 2023.
Burnsville, MN (1025 Burnsville Center) January 11, 1999 Had its Alpha for 20 years until removal in December 2019 for the 2019 Model Dance Floor, Received 2.0 in December 2019.
Spartanburg, SC (660 Spartan Blvd #250) February 1999 Had its Alpha for 25 years and is still in operation. Between 2012 and 2015, the store received the 2005 remodel. Still in Use
Bradenton, FL (905 44th Ave) March 3, 1999 Bradenton opened with a Studio C Alpha. In February 2012, they received the 2005 Update of the 2003 "Cool Chuck" Reconfiguration / Major Remodel Initiative, removing older decor for newer decor, removing showroom walls, etc. In April 2023, they received the 2.0 remodel and replaced the stage with a 2021 Model Dance Floor and Video Wall. Received 2.0 in April 2023.
Richmond, VA (9030 Broad St) March 4, 1999 Formerly a Discovery Zone Location. First Studio C store to open in Virginia. In late 2008, the store got the 2005 update of the 2003 "Cool Chuck" Reconfiguration / Major Remodel Initiative. Then in September 2023, the store removed the Alpha for a Dance Floor and Video Wall. Received 2.0 in September 2023.
Phoenix, AZ (3329 E Bell Rd) March 26. 1999 Not to be confused with the other Phoenix location at 8039 N 35th Ave. One of 3 Alphas in Arizona. After the closure in January 2015, the bot was sent to Chandler, AZ. A few months after vacancy, Dollar Tree opened on this space, which is still open to this day. Closed in January 2015.
Latham, NY (601 Troy Schenectady Rd) April 1999 Formerly a Discovery Zone Location. The Alpha was in amazing shape, even its foot tap. It also had a functional Interactive Console, which allowed people to play retro games, videos, and view cameras all around the store. The Alpha was removed in November 2019 for a 2019 Model Dance Floor. Received 2.0 in November 2019.
Stuart, FL (2400 NW Federal Hwy) N/A N/A Received 2.0 in 2022.
Henderson, NV (1521 W Sunset Rd) N/A Formerly a Discovery Zone Location. Received 2.0 in 2022.
Blaine, MN (8943 University Ave) N/A N/A Received 2.0 in 2021.
Edina, MN (7505 France Ave) August 10, 1999 Formerly a Circus Pizza, one of many in Minnesota. Likely opened in the late 80s and closed in 1999. After the closure, CEC Entertainment bought the spot and converted into a CEC. One of 2 locations that had a Parent's Time Out area. After CEC closed the location in June 2020 due to COVID and bankruptcy, Juut Salonspa took its place. Closed on June 25, 2020.
Fredericksburg, VA (1280 Central Park Blvd) September 4. 1999 The store closed in May 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, then reopened in July 2021 as Chuck E. Cheese with the 2.0 remodel. Closed on May 29, 2020. Reopened on July 23, 2021.
Scottsdale, AZ (8890 E Indian Bend Rd) September 1999 Formerly a Discovery Zone Location. 2nd Alpha in Arizona. After closure, the bot was sent to Goodyear, AZ, now unknown/destroyed. Closed in Fall 2009.
Aurora, CO (14005 E Exposition Ave) November 2, 1999 Relocated from 12293 E Iliff Ave. Had a pointing Chuck sign in the breezeway. The bot's outfit would change over the years from the Late Night outfit to the Cool Chuck outfit, and the Avenger outfit. Received 2.0 in 2019.
Kennesaw, GA (824 Earnest W Barrett Pkwy) November 19, 1999 Formerly a Discovery Zone Location. Had the Alpha for 20 years, until November 2019, when they removed it for the 2.0 remodel. The Showroom relocated to a different corner of the store and games filled the former space of the stage. Received 2.0 in November 2019.
Parma, OH (7601 W Ridgewood Rd) November 26, 1999 Formerly a Discovery Zone Location. Parma began the 2.0 remodel on May 12th 2024. The Studio C Alpha was destroyed on the first night of the remodel. Recieved 2.0 in May 2024
Gulfport, MS (15082 Crossroads Pkwy) December 1999 N/A Received 2.0 in 2019.
Victorville, CA (12790 Amargosa Rd) December 14, 1999 The Alpha received minor changes throughout its lifespan up until April 2022, when they received the 2.0 remodel and replaced the Alpha with a 2021 Model Dance Floor and Video Wall. Received 2.0 in April 2022.
Dickson City, PA (1003 Commerce Blvd) December 15, 1999 Dickson City was the first ever Studio C Alpha installed in Pennsylvania. Sometime in 2015, they remodeled to the 2013 Update of the 2003 "Cool Chuck" Reconfiguration / Major Remodel Initiative which involved removing the Showroom Walls, Balcony Seating, adding bright florescent lighting and paining the wall the menu is located on the same blue that was present in the 2015 Remodel. The stage may be planned to be removed this year. Still in Use
Humble, TX (124 E FM 1960 Bypass) December 16, 1999 Formerly a Discovery Zone Location. Received 2.0 in May 2022.
Burbank, CA (930 N San Fernando Blvd) December 28, 1999 Formerly a Discovery Zone Location. This location is notable for being featured on a scene in an episode of CBS' Yes, Dear where Chuck E. gets chased by James "Jimmy" Hughes Jr. (Mike O'Malley). Still in Use
Redwood City, CA (2541-43 El Camino Real) December 28, 1999 Opened on the same day as the Burbank store, both locations were former Discovery Zones. By 2005, the curtains were disabled, in late 2013, Chuck's cap was removed, and by 2022, the bot was no longer programmed. Still in Use
Merrillville, IN (2961 E 80th Ave) January 1, 2000 First ever Studio C Alpha to open in 2000. Received 2.0 in 2021.
Louisville, KY (2030 S Hurstbourne Pkwy) January 2, 2000 Formerly a Discovery Zone Location. 3rd location in Louisville, after the Preston Highway and Shelbyville Road locations which closed in November 1997 & December 1991 respectively. Was the Last animatronic stage in Kentucky. Received 2.0 in April 2024.
Long Island City, NY (3419 48th St) January 7, 2000 Around 2006/2007, the store would receive the 2005 Update to the 2003 "Cool Chuck" Reconfiguration / Major Remodel Initiative; keeping the store's exterior as is. In 2016, the store would remodel once again, which kept the exterior untouched until August 2023, when the store received the 2.0 remodel. Received 2.0 in August 2023.
Winston-Salem, NC (620 Hanes Mall Blvd) January 8, 2000 Opened a day after Long Island City. One of the first four Chuck E. Cheese locations to open in the new millennium. Animatronic stopped working in Fall 2022 due to hardware issues. Received 2.0 in March 2023.
Sterling Heights, MI (13745 Lakeside Circle) January 2000 Not much known with the exception of the 23-year run of the Alpha until its removal in August 2023 for the 2.0 remodel. Received 2.0 in August 2023.
St. Louis, MO (720 South County Centerway) January 2000 Had the Alpha until September 2019, when it was replaced with a 2019 Model Dance Floor. Received 2.0 in September 2019.
Bridgewater, NJ (600 Promenade Blvd) February 7, 2000 This location was known for having the last Interactive Console in existence. Closed on April 7, 2024.
Lone Tree, CO (7510 Parkway Dr) February 15, 2000 This store is known for its appearance on the Food Network's Unwrapped. This store is also significant for being the 300th Chuck E. Cheese's restaurant when it opened. It went through multiple different acquisitions in the 90s until finally landing in Chuck E. Cheese's hands in 1999. Formerly a Discovery Zone Location. Received 2.0 in May 2022.
Batavia, IL (511 N Randall Rd) February 2000 Nothing known except the Alpha that was there for 19 years until its removal in November 2019 for the 2.0 remodel. Received 2.0 in November 2019.
Warwick, RI (650 Bald Hill Rd) March 6, 2000 The Studio C Alpha in Warwick, Rhode Island had one of the last Late-Night outfits in the U.S until Spring 2011, it Also wore a special 40 Years of Fun outfit in 2017. This is the Only Chuck E. Cheese in Rhode Island and was one of the last 3 Animatronic Stages in New England. Currently Receiving 2.0 as of July 2024.
Spokane, WA (10007 N Nevada St) March 2000 The last of the two Chuck E. Cheese locations to use the PTT decor, also the second Studio C stage in the state, and is one of 3 Alphas in the state of Washington. Still in Use
Manassas, VA (7730 Streamwalk Lane) March 23, 2000 Formerly a Discovery Zone Location. When this location received 2.0, they removed the animatronic and installed its first ever Video Wall. Received 2.0 in March 2021.
Buffalo, NY (4408 Milestrip Rd) May 31, 2000 Formerly a Discovery Zone Location. Donned the "Studio Dining" signage. The Chuck E. animatronic remained in great condition until Spring 2017 when problems with him arose. Last day of the show was August 2, 2022. Received 2.0 in July 2022.
Maple Grove, MN (12945 Elm Creek Blvd) June 2000 Formerly a Circus Pizza. Opened as Phase 3, then remodeled to the 2013 Update of the 2005 remodel. Extremely rare Alpha, and a party room, where you can't find in any other CEC stores. Last Alpha in Minnesota. Still in Use
Norfolk, VA (920 N Military Hwy) June 12, 2000 This location featured the standard Studio C Alpha installed in locations at the time. This location kept the Interactive Console until closure. Closed on May 28, 2015.
Orlando, FL (449 N Alafaya Trail) June 21, 2000 First store in 2000 to open in Florida. Both the Blue Screen and the Interactive Console were removed in 2010 in favor of the Ticket Blaster. And much like with the West Orlando Location, Grant (CEC Florida on YouTube) has given the Studio C bot a ton of attire changes, as it had the Rockstar outfit and the Avenger hat. The green apple TV was repainted to be red. This location had working curtains. The location also had its animatronic in a custom Tuxedo outfit to celebrate Chuck E. Cheese's 40th anniversary in 2017 and a Pizza Time Theater outfit during Chucktober in 2015. Received 2.0 in April 2023.
Rochester, NY (1000 Hylan Dr) June 30, 2000 Received the 2013 Remodel in Spring 2013. Had the Alpha for its whole, almost 20-year lifespan, until June 2020, when they permanently closed due to CEC Entertainment's bankruptcy Closed on June 25, 2020.
Conyers, GA (1530 Dogwood Dr) July 2000 Had the Alpha for 19 years, until September 2019, when it was removed for a 2019 Model Dance Floor. Received 2.0 in September 2019.
Downingtown, PA (911 E Lancaster Ave) July 25, 2000 The Interactive Console was removed in June 2017. After the store's closure, the bot got sent to Lima, OH (now closed). Closed in July 2018.
Methuen, MA (90 Pleasant Valley Rd) August 28, 2000 Operational. Decent condition. Wore Avenger outfit until removal. Only Alpha in Massachusetts and one of the last 3 Animatronic Stages in New England. Currently Receiving 2.0 as of July 2024.
Berwyn, PA (270 W Swedesford Rd) September 2000 Received the 2005 Update of the Cool Chuck remodel in Fall 2011. It included re-carpeting the whole location, re-painting the walls, replacing the booths, and trashing old signage. Alpha in good condition, cityscape upgraded with LED lights. Closed in 2020 due to COVID-19. Closed in June 2020.
El Paso, TX (9801 Gateway Blvd) September 2000 N/A Received 2.0 in July 2018.
Portage, MI (6175 S Westnedge Ave) October 2000 Formerly a Discovery Zone Location. Received 2.0 in December 2018.
Crystal Lake, IL (4725 Northwest Hwy) October 16, 2000 Has mostly stayed the same over the years, but with some changes such as Chuck's outfits, the removal of the Blue Screen and Interactive Console, and receiving the 2013 Update of the 2005 remodel. Still in Use
Allen, TX (204 N Central Expressway Suite 33) October 2000 Received Phase 5 in 2015. Closed in June 2020 due to COVID-19. Closed on June 1, 2020.
Ann Arbor, MI (2655 Oak Valley Dr) November 2, 2000 Had the 32M Beta from October 2000 until June 2020 until replacement for a 16M that came from Muskegon, Michigan, which closed due to bankruptcy. Closed in December 2020.
West Long Branch, NJ (310 NJ-36) November 20, 2000 West Long Branch opened at the Consumer Centre on November 20, 2000, with a Studio C Alpha, the 1999 version of the SPT 1992/1993 Remodel Program, and the Phase 3 (2000) game package. There would be little to no change to the store over the years, and the store would ultimately close permanently on September 21, 2015, mostly likely due to underperformance or a leasing disagreement. The sign and everything inside the store were removed by the end of the month. After closure, the exterior would be updated due to remodeling at the Consumer Centre in 2016. Since 2016 or 2017, the former CEC would be used by Spirit Halloween for the Halloween season. As of September 2023, West Long Branch has yet to find a permanent retailer to occupy the former CEC. Closed on September 21, 2015.
Fort Worth, TX (4860 SW Loop 820) November 2000 Updated the exterior to Phase 5 in 2015. Decent condition, even though Chuck E.'s eyes were broken, but the curtains were working. Received 2.0 in March 2022.
Miami (Kendall), FL (8701 SW 124th Ave) 2000 Kendall opened with Phase 3 and the Cool Chuck outfit. In 2013, they received Phase 5, which repainted the walls purple. The cap was removed in September of that year. The Cool Chuck outfit would be swapped out for a Rockstar outfit by 2017. The curtains were removed in late 2019. The bot stayed the same after that until COVID came around, which was when things started to go down with the show. In February 2022, they received the 2.0 remodel which marked the end of the animatronic. Received 2.0 in February 2022.
Wyomissing, PA (2721 N Meridian Blvd) December 20, 2000 Wyomissing didn't receive Phase 4 during its 23-year run, but between 2011 and 2015. the awnings and CEC letter on the exterior were replaced with newer, modern ones seen in the Phase 4 and Phase 5 remodels. In early 2017, the 1998 C Cap sign was replaced with the 2015 Waving Rockstar Chuck sign, completing this store's modern exterior remodel. They still have the Studio C Alpha, the Phase 3 wall art, and the Phase 5 wall colors and exterior to this day. Still in Use
Franklin, TN (3073 Mallory Lane) December 31, 2000 Franklin had a Studio C Alpha, with an Interactive Console, which they would have until June 2019. The curtains were removed before that time period, back in the late 2000s to early 2010s. During Summer 2019, around July, the store received the 2.0 remodel, removed the Alpha, and replaced it with a Dance Floor. Received 2.0 in July 2019.
Racine, WI (5612 Durand Ave) January 2, 2001 Racine opened in a freestanding building in the Regency Mall with a Studio C Alpha with the 2000s update of the SPT 1992 Remodel Program. This was one of 3 Alphas installed in Wisconsin. In Fall 2019, they received the 2.0 remodel removing the Studio C Alpha for a 2019 Model Dance Floor. Its grand opening was on December 10th, 2019. Received 2.0 in 2019.
Miami, FL (18575 S Dixie Hwy) January 2001 Originally had Phase 4 with a Phase 3 exterior. Received 2.0 in January 2022.
Vestal, NY (3901 Vestal Pkwy) February 2001 Stage had unique elements that other Studio C's didn't. The store was still Phase 4, but changed the exterior to Phase 5 in 2016. The Bot also had the late-night outfit to celebrate Chuck E. Cheese's 40th anniversary in 2017. In 2018, they got the bot from Syracuse, New York, which got 2.0 the same year but with the Cool Chuck shirt. In 2021, they got Chuck E.’s Rockstar shirt. The Pizza Phone was removed in 2019. Received 2.0 in August 2022.
Mayfield Heights, OH (1615 Golden Gate Plaza) March 2001 N/A Still in Use
Austin (Round Rock), TX (401 W Louis Henna Blvd) April 2001 The Studio C Alpha in Round Rock, Texas was one of the last Alpha to feature the Late-Night outfit until 2013. Received 2.0 in March 2023.
Vancouver, WA (7721 NE Vancouver Plaza Dr) June 2001 Was Phase 3 with a Phase 4 interior. Received 2.0 in August 2022.
Rockwall, TX (855 East Interstate 30) August 2001 One of many installed in Texas. Received 2.0 in October 2017.
Douglasville, GA (6890 Douglas Blvd) September 2001 N/A N/A
Whitby, Ontario, Canada (75 Consumers Dr) October 12, 2001 N/A Still in Use
Princeton, NJ (520 Nassau Park Blvd) October 17, 2001 In the fall of 2008, Princeton received the 2005 remodel, updating the artwork, downsizing and relocating the Skytubes, removing the showroom walls, and replacing most of the booths. In Summer 2013, the Blue Screen camera, Interactive Console, and the CRT TVs were removed among other changes with packaging. Chuck's cap was removed in September as the standard procedure. In October 2015, the rear projection monitors were replaced with flatscreen TVs. Chuck's Avenger shirt was replaced with a new Rockstar shirt in 2016. In late 2017, the curtains were disabled. Princeton is slated to receive the 2.0 remodel sometime this year considering they didn't do it last year or back in 2019 due to COVID-19. Still in Use
Jeddah (Corniche Road), Saudi Arabia December 12, 2001 Jeddah had a unique Studio C Prototype stage that used the Blue Screen and center monitor on the left. In the middle had the Alpha Beta Mix with the Pizza Phone. On the right had the Blue Screen and monitor from the Alpha reversed. This also featured two Blue Screen areas and two Interactive Consoles. This location was known for its last Late Night outfit on the Chuck E. bot. When the store closed, the Late Night outfit went extinct. Jeddah was also known as the world's largest CEC. Closed in July 2019.
Burlington, NJ (2497 Burlington-Mount Holly Rd) January 31, 2002 One of the last newer locations to open with a Studio C Alpha Closed on October 2, 2016.
Waldorf, MD (3241 Plaza Way) June 18, 2012 The last newer location to open with a Studio C Alpha, and second to last installed in any store beat by Dearborn, MI. Relocation of Waldorf, MD (2928 Festival Way). Received 2.0 in September 2023.

Store that Converted their Existing Stage Into a Studio C (1997)[]

Location Converted Into Stage Converted From Condition/Notes Status
Dallas, TX (13125 Montfort Dr) December 1997 Awesome Adventure Machine Had the only ever Awesome Adventure Machine before converting into the Alpha. Relocated to 13364 Montfort Drive and reopened with a Studio C Beta in December 2001. Studio C Bot was to Moreno Valley, CA (23160 Sunnymead Blvd), then destroyed. Closed and relocated in December 2001.
Garland, TX (1340 W Centerville Rd) 1998 3-Stage Received 2.0 in 2023.
Orlando, FL (7419 International Dr) 1998 One of the first stores to test the 2003 Cool Chuck remodel. Received 2.0 in September 2021.
Altamonte Springs, FL (541 W Hwy 436) Summer/Fall 1998 One of the first Studio C stages in Florida. Had a Phase 4 setup with record posters and a photo of each band member. Received 2.0 in November 2022.
Arlington Heights, IL (955 W Dundee Rd) November 1998 One of four installed in Illinois. First Studio C in the State. Relocated to 41 West Rand Rd and reopened on December 15, 2015 with a 2015 Model Dance Floor. Closed and relocated on December 6, 2015.
Fort Wayne, IN (711 Coliseum Blvd) December 1998 One of 4 Studio C Alphas installed in Indiana. Last 32m show in the state. Received 2.0 in October 2022.
Bakersfield, California 1998
Lakewood, California 1998
Mesa, Arizona 1998
Jacksonville, FL (6065 Youngerman Circle) Winter 1999 One of 10 Studio C Alphas in Florida. Received 2.0 in March 2020.
Fairfax, VA (9404 Main Street) 2000 Formerly housed a 3-Stage. Remodeled to the 2005 Update of the Cool Chuck remodel around 2006/2007. Stage removed in October 2018 for the 2.0 remodel. Received 2.0 in October 2018.
Atlanta, GA (2990 Cumberland Blvd) July 1999 Featured in "Takin' Care of Business" from the January 2008 Show. One of 8 Studio C Alphas installed in Georgia. Last one in the state. Received 2.0 in February 2023.
Saginaw, Michigan 1999
Grand Rapids, Michigan 1999 One of 6 Studio C Alphas installed in Michigan. The Alpha would be removed in result of the 2.0 remodel in July 2023. Received 2.0 in July 2023.
West St Paul, MN (1422 S Robert Street) August 9, 1999 Formerly a Circus Pizza with the Rock-afire Explosion, but unknown if the same animatronics were used. The show was replaced when Chuck E. Cheese's opened in August 1999 with a Studio C Alpha. This stage was unique due to the original footprint of the existing stage, similar to the Awesome Adventure Machine or Darien, IL's CU Beta 16M. Didn't feature the Apple TV. Used an earlier version of the 32m animatronic that had eyelashes. Closed in Fall 2019.
Costa Mesa, CA (2300 Harbor Blvd) September 1999 2-Stage Housed a 2-Stage in its old location then got relocated to a different part of the plaza due to redevelopment and reopened with a Studio C Alpha. The exterior was unique because of the backwards Thumb Chuck facing the forward one. Stage removed for the 2.0 remodel in February 2024. Received 2.0 in February 2024.
Tulsa, Oklahoma 2000 3-Stage
Overland Park, Kansas 2000
Metairie, Louisiana 2000
Englewood, CO (1001 W Hampden Ave) Early 2000 Formerly last animatronic show in Colorado. The state is now bot-less. Received 2.0 in November 2022.
Jacksonville, FL (9820 Atlantic Blvd) 2000 Show was continuously updated as CEC's request. This included Chuck E.'s outfit being replaced, and getting rid of the Interactive Console and Blue Screen in the 2010s. Received 2.0 in November 2022.
Jonesboro, GA (335 Upper Riverdale Rd) 2000 Road Stage Formerly a 1-Stage. Had the last 1997 Dining sign. One of 5 Studio C Alphas in Georgia. Received 2.0 in July 2022.
North Richland Hills, Texas 2000 3-Stage
Indianapolis, Indiana 2000
St. Charles, Missouri 2000
Indianapolis, Indiana 2000
Greenville, South Carolina 2000
Torrance, California 2000
Naperville, Illinois 2000
Fresno, California 2000
Fairfax, Virginia 2000
Norcross, GA (5019 Jimmy Carter Blvd) 2000 1-Stage Not much known about this store except it used to house a 3-Stage, then a 1-Stage, then converted to a Studio C Alpha, and received the 2.0 remodel in August 2021. Received 2.0 in August 2021.
Waldorf, MD (2928 Festival Way) 2000 This location installed the first 1-Stage after its creation and ran until the Phase 3 remodel in 2000, when it upgraded to a Studio C Alpha. When they relocated to 3241 Plaza Way, the entire stage went along for the ride. Closed and relocated in May 2012.
San Jose, CA (2445 Fontaine Rd) 2001 2-Stage After the Alpha got converted from a 2-Stage, Chuck E. received the 'Cool Chuck' outfit. The Chuck Cyberamic was put on display at the front of the store, while other characters were sent to different people or stores. Replaced by Circles of Light stage in December 2018. Received 2.0 in December 2018.
Dearborn, MI (24399 Michigan Ave) May 2015 3-Stage Stage from Plano, TX. Received 2.0 in August 2023.
Advertisement