Cafe was ok. Clean, bright and interesting for kids. Food came out quick. Food was just ok. Could use some more healthy options. Liked the fact some of the food was shaped like jelly beans.
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OK, so no one expects culinary greatness from the cafeteria at a kid-oriented venue. I had a veggie pizza here and it was not bad; it was heated up to order so the crust was crisp. In other words, it was a totally edible, decent,...More
The food is ok, but very pricy. Many people brought lunches with them and added a side. A little bit of a letdown. The staff really tries too make the experience a good one, but needs an overhaul. Very pricey.
The tour (5/10) was absolutely incredible, and we spent so much time watching those robots, that we decided against driving to Rio Vista for lunch, and to eat here. As it was near 2 p.m., the restaurant was almost empty, and we thought that it...More
We did the factory tour at the Jelly Belly Factory in Fairfield (just outside of San Francisco) around 10am yesterday (Monday, Mar 20) Which took about and hour and a bit and then we spent about 1/2 an hour at their taste testing bar and...More
On the drive back to Sacramento from Monterey we spotted the Jelly Belly Factory tour sign from the freeway. On a whim we stopped into check it out. The factory ended up being a very fascinating look at the history of the candy, the process...More
Very noisy and busy but loads of kid stuff to eat already the kids are on a sugar high from candy but will eat the typical kid items
The food was not bad. I had a hamburger shaped as a jelly bean. My husband had the hotdog. The fries are really good. Very good variety on the menu. Something for everyone. the price ranges from 6 to 8 dollars on most items..
Small menu but very clean and efficient cafe. Surprisingly good pizza and Jelly belly drinks...kids loved it!