Logan Arcade was originally located in the back room of Logan Hardware, a record store and vintage arcade museum, but once that moved down the street, the Arcade took over the space. Inside, you'll find a fully stocked bar and a blinking, beeping menagerie of lovingly restored arcade games. The back room is filled with pinball tables (which account for roughly half of the available games), so flipper fanatics will be able to waste away hours setting new high scores.
|Venue name:||Logan Arcade||Contact:|
2410 W Fullerton Ave
|Cross street:||N Western Ave|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Fri 3pm-2am, Sat 12pm-3am, Sun 12pm – 2am|
|Transport:||El: Blue to California-O'Hare. Bus: 49, 74.|
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Set a new high score at this arcade bar’s quarterly queer night. Guests can take advantage of free pinball (make sure you take a turn on the classic Star Wars and PIN·BOT tables), enjoy bar specials or bust a move in the back room with resident DJ Essential...Alternative nightlife Thursday December 6 2018 Free
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So much fun to drink and play games like when you were a kid. Except now you can stay out late and your parents won't ground you for drinking all their alcohol.
When I need to get my pinball fix, this is where I go. Logan Arcade boasts the largest selection of refurbished (and a few brand new) pinball tables in the city, and most of them are usually operating smoothly. A solid beer list (curated by the folks at nearby Quenchers) is just a bonus.
Logan Arcade is a blast. There are a ton of pinball games (so you don't have to wait in line for your favorite, unlike some other places). The bar is a great place to just sit and have a beer, too. It tends to be a lot more laid-back here than other spots.
Who knew Chicago needed another arcade bar? Nonetheless, Logan Arcade takes the cake. This bar is like the older, wiser, more refined cousin to Emporium's Logan Square location. They easily have some of the best pinball in the city and the machines are almost never out of order. They have an employee on-site to fix things when they (inevitably) go haywire and the rotating cast of craft beers on tap is an absolute dream.