Dave & Buster's Westbury & Massapequa

At Dave & Buster’s Westbury, your group will have a blast! Start out with a delicious meal in our group-friendly restaurant and then move on to some games for youth groups – 12-lane bowling, shuffleboard, air hockey, and the most popular games in Dave's Arcade. Spend an hour with us, or a whole day - at Dave & Buster’s it’s your call! We have packages for groups of 20 to 2,000; so for your next field trip outing, come eat, party, and play at Dave & Buster’s – your group will thank you! Rainy day last-minute bookings are available when booked before 10AM.
Contact Info
Address: Two Locations
       Westbury - 1504 Old Country Rd., Westbury, NY 11590. Nassau County.
       Massapequa - 201 Sunrise Mall, Massapequa, NY 11758. Nassau County.
Tel: 516-247-6337 - Westbury, 516-809-8514 - Massapequa.
Hrs: Sales Office - 10AM-6PM. 
Campers will have a fun time with food and fun at Dave & Buster’s Westbury or Massapequa. PLAYOFF CAMP BUFFET PACKAGES, available on weekdays until 2PM, can include food, beverages, unlimited video game play, and a Power Card for each camper. Dave & Buster’s can also accommodate camp groups for end of season celebrations.
Contact Info
Name: Karen Kelly
Phone: 516-247-6337.
Trip Info 
Grade Level: K-12th.
Group Size: 2,000 maximum.
Activity Type: Day Trips, Self-Guided Activities.
Recomm. Length of Visit: 2-3 hours.
Recomm. Ratio of Campers to Staff: Varies.
Registration: Phone, Email.
Food Options: Available for purchase.
Cost: Fee. 

Indoor Entertainment - Arcades Fun Facts

Have campers take a (quick) break from the fun on the next trip to an indoor amusement center, and have them think about the design and day-to-day operations of the venue. How is it designed and laid out? What games and features (batting cages, arcade games, redemption games) go where, and why? Have them take a look around at how many people are there enjoying themselves; what is the maximum number of occupants, and why? How does the management go about heating and cooling the venue at different times of the year?

Speak to the staff about these questions; learn the "why" behind how things are arranged, and consider the role of safety. Relate this to how things are organized and what the rules are back at the camp.