Pi Social, a cafe in Karachi, Pakistan, has opened a board game section with a daily cover charge of 329 Rupees (about $3). Customers can also get a free drink for beating the bartender at Connect-4.
At Sanctuary Games, which opened this month in Hutchinson, Minnesota, the owner was going to use a back room for a computer repair business but demand for games has been so strong that he’s keeping it as play space.
After a hiatus of a couple of months, Dragon Tears Gaming is reopening under new management at a new location at the East Pointe Village Shopping Center in Dunn, North Carolina.
Satellite Comics & Games is moving from Chatham, New Jersey to Madison and is dropping comics in the process.
In the barroom of the newly opened The Wooly Public in the Woolworth Building in New York City, the tables are painted with game boards.
Coffee & Dice, a game cafe opening next month in Boscombe, UK, will have custom-built game tables, which feature space underneath to stash game boxes while playing.
The Toy & Miniature Museum of Kansas City has started hosting adult game nights.
Kathleen Miller is raising funds on Kickstarter to open the House Rules Cafe in Hudson, New York.