Chicago's Arcade Bars, Beercades, & Video Game Hotspots
Updated June 20, 2017
Bags/Cornhole ☆ Bingo ☆ Bocce Ball ☆ Board Games/Cards ☆ Bowling ☆ Darts ☆ Foosball / Table Soccer ☆ Karaoke ☆ Pinball ☆ Ping Pong and Beer Pong ☆ Pool/Billiards ☆ Shuffleboard ☆ Skeeball ☆ Trivia ☆ Video/Arcade
Play Video and Arcade Games in Chicago
Start your day with a game of Nintendo and an 80s themed latte at The Wormhole in Wicker Park:
After trivia, Monday night is video game night at the Wing Factory:
Happy Hour everything's $1 6-7pm, 8pm trivia, 10pm video game night. N64 contest. Half price pitchers all night. pic.twitter.com/usWu5dqN5a— Wing Factory (@wingfactorychi) February 29, 2016
WhirlyBall is a team game, where players zoom around in go carts trying to score a ball in a basket-ball height net using lacrosse sticks. This adult arcade also has laser tag, a bowling alley, and arcade games to pair with a great craft beer selection.
The Flat Iron in Wicker Park has a game room with Multipede and a few other games.
Photo: Motel Bar
Play Donkey Kong and Punch Out (in addition to pool or skee ball) at Motel Bar.
On Tuesday nights, Parts and Labor in Logan Square hosts video game nights.
Cheap beer deals, video games on the big screen, and BURGERS? Sounds about right! pic.twitter.com/sasZdI8BKA— Parts and Labor (@PartsandLaborLS) July 13, 2016
For Super Nintendo NES fans, Happy Camper in Old Town has a booth with a console and dual screens to play each other across the table.
O's Tap in Bucktown also has a Super Nintendo setup.