Burbank, CA (930 N San Fernando Blvd)

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Burbank's exterior as of July 2023.

Burbank, CA (930 N San Fernando Blvd), Store #109 is a Chuck E. Cheese's that opened on December 28, 1999 and is still open today with a Studio C Alpha.

This store is notable for being featured on a scene from Yes Dear where Chuck E. gets chased.


Burbank opened with a Studio C Alpha. In 2005, the curtains were disabled. In 2013, Chuck E.'s cap was removed as orders by CEC Entertainment. In 2022, the bot ceased programming. As of July 2023, the stage remains like this.

Stage Installed Removed
Studio C Alpha December 1999 Still in use


Burbank opened on December 28, 1999 on top of a former Discovery Zone store. It originally had Phase 2, which had late 90s decor, Skytubes, and the Studio C Alpha stage. Burbank remained like this until 2009/2010, when they received the 2005 update to the 2003 "Cool Chuck" Reconfiguration / Major Remodel Initiative, which removed most of the 90s decor for new decor, tearing down the showroom walls, removed the dim lighting, painting the walls purple, and added new games and rides. Strangely, the exterior stayed (almost) the same. In the mid-late 2010s, the Skytubes were removed for more games and rides. As of July 2023, Burbank still remains like this.


Link Description Filming Date
https://youtu.be/23UCJSQQi10 The location featured on Yes, Dear 2010