A Look Inside: Game Terminal

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Game Terminal officially opened Friday, November 20, 2020, in South Nashville. The 18,000-square-foot super arcade and bar has over 200 vintage and new arcade games and pinball machines. Guests can expect a variety of local food trucks, creative cocktails, and one of the largest selections of arcade games and pinball machines in the United States. Nashville Guru stopped by to get the look inside.


The Interior

The 10,000-square-foot interior includes a one-of-a-kind game experience. There are classic games such as Donkey Kong and Ms. Pacman, as well as, recent options like Willy Wonka and Jurassic Park. Gaming costs vary from 50 cents to $1. There are two oversized bars where guests can enjoy creative cocktails like the Ready Player Fun (Lunazul reposado, lime, prickly pear syrup, citrus sour) and I Dream of Game Genie (Shipwreck vanilla rum, Fulton’s pumpkin spice, half and half). The bar will also carry local beers from Jackalope, Fat Bottom, Bearded Iris, and more. For private parties, guests can rent one of the two VIP rooms that are suitable for birthday or bachelor/bachelorette parties.


The Exterior

The 8,000-square-foot exterior, also known as The Backyard, features multiple outdoor games like shuffleboard, ping pong, Connect Four, corn hole, and Jenga. The side patio features a garden with a fountain, an outdoor ping pong table, and a fire pit. VIP guests can use the 4,000-square-foot onsite basketball court for a spontaneous game or a private event.


The Details

If you’re a longtime lover of arcade games and pinball machines, make sure to add The Game Terminal to your list!

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