Before 1980, the only place to play games was at bars and restaurants. Atari’s cofounder even invented Chuck E. Cheese as a place for people to hang out and play on his company’s…
Pinball Locations to Play
Meghann Crafton’s cool job at Seattle Pinball Museum | The Seattle Timeshttps://www.seattletimes.com/explore/careers/meghann-craftons-cool-job-at-seattle-pinball-museum/She was a frequent museum guest; now, she takes care of them (and takes the greeter for walks).
Up-Down MKE: Milwaukee’s new arcade bar – Galleryhttps://www.tmj4.com/entertainment/rockstar-summer/up-down-mke-inside-milwaukee-s-new-arcade-barIt’s back to the ’80s and ’90s at Milwaukee’s new arcade bar Up-Down MKE. From skeeball alleys to pinball machines and arcade games this bar is a gamers…
The Milwaukee location has more than 60 arcade games from the 1980s and 1990s, pinball machines, three classic skee-ball alleys and console gaming.
Adjacent to The Burl music venue in Lexington’s Distillery District is The Burl Arcade, a 1920s building that was once a Texaco station and is now packed with vintage video games and drinks to match.
Ayla Boyle smashes the left flipper button sending a pinball speeding toward Jean-Luc Picard’s face. No, not Patrick Stewart in the flesh, but the captain’s picture plastered alongside the rest of the USS Enterprise crew on the back of a pinball machine.