Food & Fun {RI and Southeastern MA Indoor Play}


Indoor play Rhode island fast food playspace
Is it just us, or does it feel like there were way more McDonald’s indoor play spaces when we were kids? Sometimes you just need to feed the kids fast and let them run out some energy, and I can’t be the only one who has found themselves furiously googling to figure out where I can find some nuggets with a side of slides. Here are 13 local spots where you can eat and let the kids play + one that’s grown ups only, because we need to play every now and then too.

Want the Indoor Play without the food? Check out our post on Play Centers & Open Gyms. And let us know if we missed your favorite spot!

Chuck E. Cheese’s:
650 Bald Hill Rd. Warwick, RI
287 Washington St. South Attleboro, MA

721 Taunton Ave. East Providence, RI
531 Pleasant St. Attleboro, MA
444 Washington St. Attleboro, MA
876 Bald Hill Rd. Warwick, RI

1100 Fall River Ave, Seekonk, MA
252 Washington St, South Attleboro, MA
1500 Bald Hill Rd, Warwick, RI
9 Taunton St, Plainville, RI

Dave & Busters
40 Providence Pl, Providence, RI

Knead Doughnuts: 135 Elmgrove Ave, Providence, RI
The east side location features a pretend doughnut shop play area to keep the kids occupied while you sip coffee with a friend. And the doughnuts are killer too, of course.

CinemaWorld Lanes & Games: 622 George Washington Highway, Lincoln, RI
More than a movie theater, CinemaWorld is also a full service restaurant and bar that offers bowling, laser tag, and an arcade.

Breaktime Bowl & Bar, Pawtucket, RI
The only place on this list that is for grown ups only (because we deserve to play too!). Located in Hope Artiste Village, this upscale pub is home to the oldest continually running duckpin bowling alley in New England and serves grub that is leagues beyond your typical bowling alley fair. The perfect low-key date night. 21+