Reclaim Arcade to br A chance to play classic arcade games during a break at a conference led two local entrepreneurs to come up with their version of the bar and arcade trend, which they hope to open this spring. Add to Chrome. Sign in. News Break App. Groom Owens Owen. Virginia wfxrtv. WRIC — A restaurant chain in Henrico is going beyond the mask and sanitizer to make customers feel safe dining inside.
Tim has done all the heavy lifting on the announcement front via Facebook —and the response has been truly heartening. But I figured started to formally record the process on this little old bava blog was in order. But I am so glad it has! I just got down locking in a mint Donkey Kong Jr cabinet, and my brother picked up a cocktail Rally-X last week on Long Island, so the machine is in full swing with nearly 40 vintage games thus far, and more on the way Venture could be a reality on my return from LA. It is going to be sick, and after extended time abroad, it is high time to return full-time to the US to live out competing fantasies of running a video store and an arcade. As far as the details, there are many, many to discuss over the coming months as we gear up for a late Spring launch: the redesign of the space; the exploration of the self-pouring taps for the bar; and creating a designated office for Reclaim Hosting in the wake of CoWork to name a few. Partnering with Will and Maria on this venture is super special given how indelibly Will is linked at least in my mind to the work we did at UMW.
Reclaim Arcade describes itself as "a unique retro-modern entertainment venue merging popular vintage arcade games and pinball of the 70s, 80s, and 90s with a modern atmosphere that includes innovative self-pour beer, wine, and cider taps. The new entertainment venue will be moving into the space that has been home to CoWork Fredericksburg for the past two years. CoWork recently announced that Dec. CoWork offered memberships for workspace, conference rooms, mailboxes and event space.
I have always sucked at grammar, but the future perfect tense finally makes sense to me. It indicates an action will have been completed at some point in the future, which is exactly the case for Reclaim Arcade. We officially announced our intentions with the arcade at the end of last month check out the Facebook page , Instagram and Twitter —and like and subscribe for more! Probably the biggest news is that last week Tim and I secured the funding we needed in the form of a bank loan to build a full blown 80s tech noir arcade to match our vision—which is bold! As you can see from the design reference points above, the arcade and bar will be inspired by a Blade Runner -esque aesthetic because the future is literally now! We took one of the five plans Spaces provided us, and did some small modifications to get the above layout.