Attending a birthday party at Chuck E. Cheese is practically a rite of passage for American kids; dutiful parents drive their spawn to the place "where a kid can be a kid" to celebrate the anniversary of other kids' births with dancing rodents, pizza, and Whack-a-Mole. Founded in 1977, it was the first concept restaurant to unite food, an indoor arcade, and entertainment centered around a crew of anthropomorphic animals. While the original mousey mascot sported a bowler hat, Chuck has received several makeovers throughout the years and now sports a modern look with a purple T-shirt and an electric guitar. From ball pits to video games, St. Louis kids will find endless hours of amusement, much to the chagrin of parents--unless of course they're lucky enough to be at one of the locations that offers beer and wine. Find your local Chuck E. Cheese with ease on Voice Places.