We are turning 5!!!
90s Grunge Party w/ LIVE BAND
Party starts @ 8pm
WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS!!!
What a crazy fun game last night vs and their crew! The bats were swingin' and team Coin-Op Game Room crushed the competition with the 19-2 win!!! This will not be the last match between us!
Mad love to our homies for lacing us with these SICK jerseys!!!
You've been walking around for 3 days straight and you need something to keep the action going ... 2 big meatball sliders and some fries will power you right back up! It’s what orders every time he comes in.
-House Made meatball
(quarters not included)
Q*bert is an arcade game developed and published for the North American market by Gottlieb in 1982. It is a 2D action game with puzzle elements that uses isometric graphics to create a pseudo-3D effect. The objective of each level in the game is to change every cube in a pyramid to a target color by making Q*bert, the on-screen character, hop on top of the cube while avoiding obstacles and enemies. Players use a joystick to control the character.
Q*bert was well-received in arcades and among critics. The game was Gottlieb's most successful video game and is among the most recognized brands from the golden age of arcade games. It has been ported to numerous platforms. The game's success resulted in sequels and the use of the character's likeness in merchandising, such as appearances on lunch boxes, toys, and an animated television show. The Q*bert character became known for his "swearing" and "Q*bertese sound" – an incoherent phrase made of synthesized speech generated by the sound chip and a speech balloon of nonsensical characters that appear when he collides with an enemy.
He's a 4 but he's got killer retro swag!
It’s Friday! 👾Let’s get WEIRD
The Weekend has arrived! Grab your crew and get down here to achieve some ! We have game time specials all weekend too!
⚾️ The open their doors today for the Home opener and we are celebrating!
Awesome Drink Specials ALL GAME LONG!!!
DJ Ratty will be throwing down on the turntables from 9pm - 1 Come watch the game and party all Night!
Finger. Licking. Good.
This bad boy knocks out hunger in a couple of bites, and it's great for sharing...
- Grilled Chicken
- Cheese Blend
- Pico de Gallo
- Chipotle Aioli
Ain’t no party like a Coin-Op Party…especially when shows up and brings the heavy 90’s vibes! Mad props and love to the masses of participants that raged with us!!!
🌽Do I make you corny baby?
Mexican Street Corn - Cotija, Chipotle aioli, Lime, Tajin, 🔥
🕹⚠️NEW GAME ALERT⚠️🕹
Battle Shark is a first person shoot 'em up arcade game released in 1989 by Taito. The player looks through a submarine periscope in order to destroy enemies, featuring simulated damage whenever the player gets hit by either an enemy torpedo or a missile.
The player starts off with a limited amount of torpedoes, which slowly replenishes itself, so players must shoot accurately. Power-up targets appear throughout the games, which can increase the player's supply of torpedoes, repairs damage or add extra firepower in addition to the torpedoes. At the end of each stage, the player faces off against a Boss character.
⚠️⚠️🕹NEW GAME ALERT🕹⚠️⚠️
PONG has made its way to our game floor come by tonight to experience this retro glory!
P.S. the Atari wheel drives like a Cadillac
May your holidays be filled with fun because there’s all kinds of excitement going on next week too!
12/24 & 12/25 we will be closing our doors to celebrate the holidays
Sometimes a burger and fries is the only thing that will get the job done. Like today, today is one of those times.
So much fun last night for our 4th anniversary party!! Thank you again to our sponsors and everyone who came out and showed love! To many more!
Welcome to the Thunderdome! The magic of the evening is brought to you by this engine and its drivers! Come to the bar and order up!
🍾🎉ARE YOU READY TO RAGE? 🎉🍾
It’s our 4th Birthday and we’re throwing down!
Doors Open at 8pm and so does DJ Ratty, spinning til midnight
$8 Cocktail Deals 🍹
$6 Shot Specials 🥃
From our sponsors:
so you know it’s gonna be crazy!!
Just like the years before we’re giving out our annual swag anniversary shirts to the first 100 party animals through the door!!! We’ll see you November 8!!!
The streets seem to come alive at night during this time of year….whether it’s you or the lightning the energy is real!!!
Meet Ivan one of our Great Bar Staff Favorite Quote: “Barbacks have it easy these days”
Favorite Food: Tecate Allow him to shake something up for you…his hair shakes when he shakes!
NEW SNACK ALERT FREE THE SPEARS (As in Free Britney) $5 Cucumber, Chamoy, Tajin, Lime
We’ll be back at it tomorrow. See you soon!
F R E E P L A Y
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In honor of the 2021 U.S. OPEN being held we’ll be slinging “John Daly” cocktails for $9 starting today and running ALL WEEKEND. Cheers!
The “JOHN DALY”
*served in a PINT GLASS
All games will be on and ready to play starting at 4pm today! Open 7 days a week 🎉👾
Zoltar is ready to party, are you?
Open til 2am
The weekend has arrived! We’ve got game day specials going all weekend, FREE PLAY this Sunday, and we are ready to party. Let’s make this one count
Join us for FREE PLAY this Sunday and the 1st Sunday of EVERY month.
Game time is approaching and we’ve got the specials you’re looking for.
Gotta trust Zoltar and his wealth of wisdom.
Our Hurricane is a must try. Stop by for some Skee Ball and cocktails today. Open @ 4pm!
Come by today for our ballgame specials and say hi to this guy.
Joey is our GM and he provides good times while maintaining order, which is no small feat. Good vibes and high fives at all times. Cheers to Joey and cheers to you!
$8 Corralejo Marg, Templeton Mule and Old Fashioned
$6 shots of Skrewball, Corralejo, Templeton
$10 for 2 slices and an Alesmith 394
Come on by today for this delicious cocktail!
TEDDY RUXBIN SAVED NINTENDO!
Teddy Ruxbin came from the mind of Ken Forsee, an ex Disney employee who thought it’d be a good idea to bring a lovable, yet very creepy animatronic character into the homes of millions of children. Teddy Ruxbin became the best selling toy of 1985 and 1986, making the company that produced and distributed it, Worlds of Wonder, very rich and powerful.
ENTER THE NINTENDO ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM:
Coming off of the “Video game crash of 1983”, where there was a large-scale recession in the gaming industry (1983-1985) due to over-saturation of available consoles and games, as well as the arrival of Personal computers, no one wanted to fund the distribution of yet “another gaming console”. Atari had plans to market the NES as the new Atari gaming system, but backed out due to a debacle involving Coleco at a consumer electronics show back in ‘83. Fools.
Thanks to Teddy Ruxbin, Worlds of Wonder made a cool $93 million in 1985 alone, providing them with the cashflow to become the Nintendo Corporation’s sugar daddy and distribute the NES to retailers throughout the USA.
As we all know, the NES went on to resurrect the American video game market and become THE BEST gaming console of all time.
1987: Riding high on all of their success, Worlds of Wonder decided to place a massive order for more Teddy Ruxbins, but the kids moved on to the Koosh Ball, My Little Pony, and Jenga, leaving a stock-pile of battery-powered Illiops to rot.
Sh*tty move, NINTENDO:
In October of 1987, The Nintendo Corporation cancelled its partnership with Worlds of Wonder and hired/stole all of their staff. World’s of Wonder went belly up in 1991, and Nintendo went on to do what Nintendo has done.
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Start your weekend at Coin-Op! Padres specials, booze, food, and fun in the gaslamp. Let’s get it!