The Nerd Cave was opened this fall in Lakeport, California as an alternative outlet for the non-electronic inventory of The Game Shop. The latter is located just up the road and was recently purchased by new owners, who decided to separate digital and analog product lines.
In Frisco, Texas, @Nerdvana serves coffee and board games.
Carolina Tabletop Games opened a few months ago on Main Street in Pineville, North Carolina, selling games and hosting gamers.
Utica has a new cafe in Wanna Play?, where the potato chips are fresh-made and the board games are $5.00 per person per day, or $2.50 with a meal.
Opening day of the D20 Board Game Cafe in Warford, UK was exactly 1 year from the day they came up with the idea.
The upstairs, public, cafe area of a Publix supermarket in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida has become a gathering place for people playing Mahjong, Bridge, and Canasta.
I went to Wanna Play Cafe last week.
I got the TBA Pannini and it was so very good.
I read the rulebook for Sherlock Holmes while I ate.
Very nice place and staff. Small-ish game selection, but they are new and it will grow.