Things get exciting when drinks meet games and fun crowds. Here are the best barcades in Vegas:
Find various indoor and outdoor games at Gold Spike. Options include foosball, Jenga, pool tables, and other interactive activities. The bar also hosts occasional events such as industry night and playback Wednesdays, where the playlist comprises old-school hits.
Happy hour is Monday to Friday between 4 and 7 pm, and again between 4 and 7 am.
Dave and Buster’s
Are you looking for a fun-filled location where you can bring the whole family? Dave and Buster’s is a popular arcade where anyone can have a good time, regardless of age. There’s also an awesome bar and restaurant attached. The arcade is in Downtown Summerlin.
Emporium Las Vegas
The Emporium is a beautiful modern arcade with bright neon lighting and pulsing music. It’s located in Area 15. There is free admission to this playground even when there is a cover charge for the rest of Area 15, as long as you are clear that you are going to Emporium. Some fun games include pinball, basketball, Bishi Bashi Channel, Clubkart, Deadpool, and more.
Player 1 Video Game Bar
Player 1 Video Game Bar is one of the city’s arcades with a cover charge. However, it’s slightly cheaper for residents and less than $10 even for non-residents. Expect much food, drink, and multiple games to keep you busy. You can easily spend a whole day here. Games include classics like pinball and Mario Bros., among the popular choices. The bar is located in Sunrise City Plaza not far from UNLV.
Cornish Pasty Co
The delicious pasties keep loyal clients returning for more, but there is more to Cornish Pasty than just these treats. It attracts a fun crowd setting the mood for great afternoons and evenings. Interactive games include shuffleboard and darts that will bring out your competitive element while you still have fun. They also have pool tables, and you can have turns with your friends for a game or two over drinks. Cornish Pasty is located along East Charleston Boulevard near the Strat.