When does Chuck E Cheese in California close?

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The restaurant is closed for the Christmas, Boxing Day and Christmas. It will open in December. Where does Chuck E Cheese have this location?
Chuck E Cheese is a regional restaurant chain with its roots in New York City.

As a result, the restaurant offers a wide range of menu items. A major menu item is the "Chuck E Cheese Cheeseburger"; a double- decker sandwich of cheese, onion, tomato, mayonnaise, lettuce, mustard, and mayo topped with chili.

Other items are the Chuck E Cheese Cheeseburger with Cheese, Chicken Nuggets and a Double Bacon Cheeseburger. When does Chuck E Cheese close?
Chuck E Cheese closed its flagship locations at the Westfield Center and the Alameda Mall in Oakland in June 2009 because of a new owner's concerns about the quality of the menu.

The closures are being handled by the parent company, Bumble Bee Foods Inc., and the company says many restaurants in its network are open or under construction. A Bumble Bee spokesperson said the company believes many restaurants remain open or in the planning stages.

Can I visit Chuck E Cheese in Oakland?
Chuck E Cheese has locations in Oakland, Berkeley and Santa Rosa. You can check its website to see if it is located in your area. There may also be other locations in Northern California.

In addition, there are food trucks near the original Alameda location that operate throughout the weekend. Is Chuck E Cheese open on December 25th?
The Alameda location is open at 12pm. The Berkeley location is open at 2am.

There is no other information at this time. Is there a list of Chuck E Cheese locations?
As of July 1, 2015, there are a total of 19 locations across California. For some locations, the information was not available as of July 1, 2015.

Is there a map of locations?
Chuck E Cheese in Oakland has its own website, which can be accessed at www. chugecofarmster. com. You can also look on Wikipedia as well.

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