What's Brewing? Coffee Roasters
Home of the Alamo Pinball Leagues, What's Brewing Coffee Roasters is the best pinball location in San Antonio, TX and the coffee isn’t bad either. This hidden treasure has an eclectic mix of machines like FunHouse, Whirlwind, and Atlantis that run on quarters, but you’ll keep running all day for $2 all you can drink coffee. You’ll java really great time!
MOM's Organic Market (College Park)
Have you ever had a crush on a grocery store? You might develop one at MOM's Organic Market in College Park, MD. Sure, it is a fresh fruit and veggie store with an in-store build-your-bowl-to-order restaurant consisting exclusively of vegan options. But behind a partition on the left wall of the market, a paradise of silver balls, flippers, and blinking lights awaits you. A local destination for pinheads, this lounge has free coffee and around 30 quarter-play pinball machines. Do try the cooked edible insects like mealworms and crickets while you’re in the grocery store, won’t you?
Kickback Pinball Cafe
Do you ever feel like a silver ball bouncing around in a pinball machine? You might be at Kickback Pinball Cafe in Pittsburgh, PA, where the decor really puts you in the game. Kickback is a colorful, quirky joint with two floors of classic and modern pinball machines serving homemade sandwiches, salads, a full espresso menu, and fresh rotating single-origin drip coffee. There’s no better way to fight existential dread than flipping out – on a pinball machine! BYOB.
Caffetto Coffee House
Caffetto Café in Minneapolis, Minnesota is the perfect place to get your caffeine fix and play some pinball. This retro arcade has a large collection of pinball machines, with 14 games to choose from. The Caffetto Café is also known for its cute, quirky decor and focus on displaying local art from the community. The pinball machines are located in the basement, so if you're looking for a challenge, head on down!