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Endless Food and Fun comes to Huntington Beach

UPDATE: The 47,000-square-foot facility expects to open by Dec. 10.

By Jenna SweeneyPublished: November 30, 2010 11:00 AM

UPDATED: Officials are ramping up for the opening of a new multimillion-dollar food and entertainment center on Edinger Avenue in Huntington Beach.

Slated to be up and running by Dec. 10, the 47,000-square-foot Endless Food and Fun boasts one of the longest buffets in Southern California and two high-tech Lazer Tag arenas created by 360 Design Works.

"We wanted to develop something truly extraordinary; an experience participants of all skill levels and backgrounds would find special," said Peter McKinney, production designer for the Gardena-based company. "We accomplished just that with our design at Endless Food and Fun."

The Lazer Tag arenas accommodate up to 80 players at a time and are among the largest in the U.S., said Andrew Pereira, owner of Endless Food and Fun.

Additionally, the facility's offerings include Delicioso! Restaurant, a full-service eatery specializing in continental cuisine; dining rooms with themes such as Surfs Up, which showcases the city's beach culture; seven party rooms; and arcade games, among other features.

“We wanted to offer a family-oriented entertainment center to Orange County residents looking for a one-stop shop to eat, play and have fun together, while satisfying the needs of the whole family,” said Pereira. “Our complex has something for all ages.”

Endless Food & Fun will fully refund all tickets pre-purchased online for Dec. 3, 4 and 5, and will be replaced with a free voucher that will be valid for one year from the issue date.  For more information, visit endlessfoodandfun.com.

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