Chuck E. Cheese selling its pizza under different name on food delivery sites

Have you ever ordered from Pasqually’s Pizza and Wings from a food delivery service? Well, it’s not actually a new pizza shop. It’s — wait for it — Chuck E. Cheese.

If you search for Pasqually’s Pittsburgh on GrubHub, it pulls up a location with an address of 20 McIntyre Square Drive … which, coincidentally, is the same address as the Chuck E. Cheese location in the North Hills.

The family fun center is closed because of coronavirus, but it does offer takeout at the moment.

“The inspiration was rooted in the desire to create a premium pizza while staying true to the CEC brand,” a spokesman told Food & Wine via email. “Pasqually’s Pizza & Wings, named after another favorite member of Munch’s Make Believe Band, shares kitchen space with the Chuck E. Cheese restaurant, ensuring high-quality, fresh ingredients. Pasqually’s Pizza & Wings’ recipes use fresh, homemade pizza dough, just like Chuck E. Cheese, but it is a different pizza that features a thicker crust and extra sauce, giving consumers a more flavorful, more premium pizza experience.”

For the record, Pasqually P. Pieplate is the name of the Italian chef (and drummer in Munch’s Make Believe Band) in Chuck E. Cheese’s universe.

Social media users had a few laughs about the branding:

And Pasqually’s shouldn’t be confused with Pasquale’s Pizza, which has locations in Allison Park, Aspinwall, Dravosburg/West Mifflin, Gibsonia, Penn Hills and Wilmerding