Games to play at a resturant birthday party?!

Question: Games to play at a resturant birthday party?
We are all 12 or 13 years old and there will be 14 of us (including me).
We will have the Pope's table in Buca Di Beppo (an italian resturant. The Pope's room is basically what they call the private room)
There isnt a lot of room on the table, but the table is huge so we can play seated games.

Any fun games that dont require a lot of moving (unless its a game where you switch sitting on chairs or something) and fit these circumstances? Thanks


A fun chair swapping game: write a list of things eg: if your wearing blue socks, have long hair, birthday in may etc. If you have that thing then you move one seat to the right. If there is already someone there you sit on their lap. You keep calling out things and the person who gets back to their seat first wins.
A form of pass the parcel. Write a story with lots of the words LEFT and RIGHT in it. Hand the parcel to someone one, then start reading the story. When you say the word LEFT the parcel gets passed to the Left, when you say the word RIGHT the parcel gets passed to the right. At the end of the story whoever has the parcel unwraps it. You can use more then one parcel as well just spread them around the table when you start.
Write as story. The first person starts writing a story (about 3 lines) then folds the paper over with just 1 or 2 words showing and the next person continues the story for another 3 or 4 lines and does the same. Pass it around the whole table and at the end of the night read the story out for a laugh.
A napkin folding game. Get everyone to try some origami and fold their napkins in a creative way, the best one wins.
Give everyone a straw and get them to see who can drink a glass of water first through the straw.
Use the straw to pass a round chip/lolly etc to each other.
A memory game where you put about 10-15 things on a tray get everyone to look at it for 20 seconds then cover it and give them 2 minutes to write down everything the remember.
A who knows the host game. Ask questions such as your middle name, Parents or siblings names, favorite food or drink, favorite car, favorite animal, what you want to do as a job etc. Whoever gets the most answers correct wins.
I hoe these ideas help. Have fun at your party.

Telephone, bingo, guessing games, look up paper/writting games on the internet.


telephone, truth or dare, shrades..... or just talk

Sharades idk how to spell it...

Here's a game you can all play while seated around the table: CANDY BAR GAME

Objective: Each person tries to get as many candy bars as they can.


2 Candy bars for each player

1 brown lunch sack for each player

Timer, Wood die

Bowl, Good Attitude

Timer: Set timer in another room, so no one can watch to see how much time is left (or just put a napkin to cover it in your case!). A stop timer is perfect. Most families play for about a half-hour. After playing a few times, you will know how much time needs to be adjusted. It’s fun to vary the time from each game to keep them off guard.

Preparation: If using this game for a party, assign each person to bring two candy bars. Take the candy when they arrive. One person (mother, father, or party leader) places two candy bars in a brown sack. Fold down the top of each sack the same. If there are extra bars, place them in a bowl. Place a mark, (x) on the bottom of one of the bags.

Starting the game:

1. Have everyone gather in a circle (or seated around the table)

2. Place bowl inside the circle (or middle of the table)

3. Each person picks a sack out of the center.

4. Explain that each sack contains two candy bars and no one is to look until directed to do so.

5. Each person looks into their own sack but does not tell what kind of bars they have.

6. Everyone closes their bag. Players may look inside any sack that is their own during the game.

7. Who goes first? The player with the mark on the bottom of their sack. That player rolls first then follows to the left.

Roll Die: A player has to follow what has been rolled.

Take the Bowl: If player rolls a #1>>... the player takes all the bars.

If player rolls a #2>>... Trade sacks: Player picks another player to trade sacks with. Remember: You want the most candy

If player rolls a #3>>... Lose a turn: Lose next turn.

If player rolls a #4>>... Add Bar to Bowl: The player takes a bar from his sack and adds to the bowl. Don’t let people know your sack is empty. This might help out when trading. If you receive an empty sack don’t say anything. Just hope you can pass is off

If player rolls a #5.>>... Double take: A player who rolls this takes one bar from the players on his left and right. If the player is out of bars, you’re out of luck.

If player rolls a #6>>... Guess a Bar: Players need to watch bars and sacks as they are exchanged. When rolled a player says a person's name and tries to guess the candy bar in their sack. The players only need to answer with a yes or no. If the player asked has the bar, he must give it to the roller.

Ending the Game: When the timer goes off everyone keeps the sack that they end up with. If a player has rolled the die when the timer goes off, that player may complete his turn. At this time any bars left in the bowl must be rolled for.

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