The Burl Arcade
5 locals recommend ·
Tips from locals
If you love old-time retro pac man and other popular arcade games this is the best place to go! $3 can last you a long time here and if you want a drink to go with it there is a bar as well. Fun times!
This is where nostalgia kicks into full force. The Burl Arcade is a place for adults to feel like kids again. It’s filled with 1980s arcade games, flashing pinball machines, skee-ball and a wall of TVs beckoning you to pick up a controller (and play Super Mario Bros.). The full-bar with rotating…
Next door to the The Burl music venue, The Arcade is great place to unwind with friends, and drink or two and some old school video and arcade games. Make it part of your Distillery District Visit.
A blast from your 80’s past! Take quarters because pinball, skeeball, and video games await!
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