1. Phillip Leslie

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    My wife and I were on a long roadtrip along I-70 when we stopped near Dayton to give our kids (both under 5) a chance to get out some energy before a long afternoon of driving. Scene 75 was just a mile or two off of I-70, easy to get to, so we made it our lunch stop. I had the smoked gouda & bacon burger, and my wife had a chicken salad. The kids had mac & cheese and broccoli. Everything came out in about 10-15 minutes, with polite & friendly service. I’m a bit picky about my burgers: I’ve had one too many Sysco or GFS burgers in my life. I was delighted to read on the menu how Scene 75 sources it’s beef locally, and hand forms the patties. Like I said, I’m picky. It did not disappoint: It was a great juicy burger, cooked to perfection. My wife says her salad was terrific as well. The portion sizes were more than I expected & at reasonable prices. A nice bonus was being able to catch a little college football action in the background (there were lots of big screens with a variety of games on).The kids could barely wait to finish lunch to get out to the games (which was good motivation for them to eat up!). My daughter was just tall enough to try the go karts with me, in the side-by-side seats. She loved it. It was a great daddy & daughter experience. It was a bit of a cold day outside, but at Scene 75 the go karting is indoors, so that’s no problem. My son was too small for go karts, but he loved the game where you use a claw to try to pick up a rubber duck, and if I’m not mistaken that game lets you keep trying until you get one. Perfect for a little guy — he wouldn’t have gotten it on his first try — but eventually he got it. They both liked the arcade game where monkey’s swing back and forth on a tree and try to reach down to grab more monkeys. They also liked the game where you are fishing from a boat and you reel in your catch. Lots to do for the under 5 crowd.We didn’t get to try out the glow-in-the-dark golf, or the bouncy house — had to get back on the road — but next time we’re nearby, those are next on our to do list at Scene 75.Oh, one last perk — as we were walking out, one of the employees handed our kids a couple little prizes (a goofy long pen, and a ballon). Pretty cool. They loved it.

  2. dane muenchau

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    It cost alot of money to go and after 6:00 Pm everything becomes dangerous with the go karts and they let the older people do what ever they like like the run the place and it is dangerous and ghetto after that time for children mostly and for adults to they have great attractions but bad staff after 6:00 pm than it becomes dangerous and people start acting like they own the place and people are drunk all over.- Dangerous for children after 6:00pm.- People act like they own the place after 6:00 Pm.- Staff acts Ridiculous and they let the people do whatever they like after 6:00 Pm which is dangerous.Hopefully they can change things about this place and make it better

  3. Allison Brown

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    This place as a traveler was a complete waste of money…..my children enjoyed the attractions but the arcade games are overpriced and the snack options is what made me rate it low….Ice cream sundae was $1 more with the same portion of ice cream as a small cup with just one squirt of hot fudge on top. ..no nuts..no cherry…when asked the worker laughed ……NOPE NOT COMING AGAIN

  4. Greg Hyman

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    Great place for the games and activities, but the restaurant is really a deal breaker – we waited over 30 minutes after ordering, and had not received anything other than 2 incorrect drink orders – we ordered 3 waters and an unsweetened iced tea – the waitress spent several minutes with 2 containers of tea trying to figure out which was sweetened and which was not – and she still got it wrong.The kitchen staff seemed to be more interested in standing in the doorway to the dining area watching TV than in preparing our order.When we got up to leave, both the manager and the bartender tried to get us to stay while they went in the back to find out what was going on; they did not seem to understand that after waiting 34 minutes for NOTHING, we were leaving – not waiting more.We will not return.There are other restaurants in the area, and there are other bouncy houses and arcades and putt-putt golf courses. If a company does not have a monopoly in an area, then I would think they would make certain to ensure they provide the best service possible.

  5. Quammey J.

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    My 3 year old had a blast! & so did me and my husband. I think that some of the games are over priced, but either way we loved it. Definitely will be back!