Coin-Op Game Room opened this past weekend, it announced in its Facebook Page.
Nick Miller from Sac News & Review paid a visit last week:
The old Marilyn’s stage is gone. As is the bar; it’s now moved to the middle of the room, in the round (a smart move). Looks like they’ve got about 16-20 beer handles, and a list of drinks, which includes those big ol’ punch bowls and house-made Fireball-style whisky shots. Kitchen looked to be small bites, pizza and by-the-slice.
Game prices are the same as they were 20 years ago. And they have quarter machines, so no need to BYO.
This places should be a popular destination spot. It’s got this “BarWest in a basement with old arcades” thing going on, but it also has this “industrial minimalist hipster Chuck E Cheese” thing, too.
Read the entire story in Sac News & Review.
Here's a little more, by Sonya Sorich in Sac Biz Journal.
A food menu features "small bites" ranging from meatballs to roasted broccoli, as well as some salads. But the main focus is pizza, and the venue uses pizza dough made by nearby business Estelle's Patisserie.
Pepperoni, veggie and cheese pizzas are available by the slice. If you want a full pie, you can choose from a wider selection, including pesto and "carnivore" varieties.
Read the entire story in Sac Biz Journal.
Coin-Op Game Room is located at 908 K Street, and can be found online at https://www.facebook.com/coinopsac.
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