With board games and arcades, a list of bars where fun is literally on the menu
Do you miss the 1980s? This place in Palermo pays homage to the era of arcades, with machines with games like Pac-Man and Street Fighter. For every drink they order, customers get a token.
Calle Gascón, 1460
At this bar, there are people to teach the rules of each game and waiters to take your orders of cider and craft beer. The neon lighting adds to the gaming atmosphere.
Acton Mews, 337
On the suggestive menu, the dishes have famous names, like Jenga fries and the drink Risco Total (the Brazilian answer to Incan Gold). To go with the treats, there are over 900 options of games.
R. Treze de Maio, 972
A whole wall is covered in board games: it’s one of the largest collections on the American East Coast. It’s also the first bar with this theme in Manhattan.
Thompson Street, 230