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I never knew how much fun place like this could be, the board games were in sane so many different choices, ended up playing two games in about three hours and did not want to leave but we were short on time, it takes five...More
I came to this bar while in town for a conference for two nights in a row. It's amazing - they have almost every board game I have ever heard of.
Here's how it works: you pay $5 and you can play board games for...More
Four of us spent a few hours at Tabletop on a rainy weekend afternoon, and we had a great time! There are so many board games to choose from - there is sure to be something for everyone. Each table features comfortable chairs and the...More
Located on the lively west side, walking distance to the West Side Market and Great Lakes Brewing Company, Tabletop Café is a rare treat. Sure, you pay $5 a person to play, but that covers all day (so don't come late), and the servers are...More
This cafe was so unique- hundreds of games for adults and another good size game selection for kids.
Food was really good - sandwiches and healthy snacks for the adults and a kids menu with all of there favorites. For the adults we would definitely...More
This place is tons of fun with hundreds of different game options! Ask the staff for some recommendations based on a type of game you like. The staff spent 5 - 10 minutes walking us through a few different games. Overall a great value for...More
I came here with a few friends and we are all so glad that we did! Tabletop is a super cute cafe with hundreds of games to play. There is a $5 fee to play unlimited games, plus whatever food or drink you buy. I...More
If you have a Saturday or Sunday afternoon that needs killing, head over to Tabletop! The building is spacious and cleverly decorated, there are hundreds of games to choose from ranging from classic board games like Monopoly, Sorry and Clue to the newest card games...More