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Across the U.S., Bars Are Letting You Play Your Favorite Childhood Video Games

Cocktails mix with vintage video games at the newest arcades.
Gamers enjoy craft cocktails and a patio space at L.A.’s EightyTwo.

Old-school is cool again. Arcade games that were popular in the early ’80s are reentering the social sphere thanks to savvy bar operators who know that a bit of Super Mario is better with mead on hand.

Though no firm industry numbers are available, there’s observable growth in this specialized market. “There’s

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