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Emporium Arcade Bar | New bar

Nostalgic arcade games meet craft beer in Wicker Park

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Emporium Arcade Bar In a time when gaming means poorly drawing something on your iPhone, Danny Marks is bringing a little nostalgia to Wicker Park with a bar stocked with 24 craft beers on tap and 35–40 classic arcade games. “This hearkens back to a simpler time,” Marks says, “when a video game was a 500-pound box.” 1366 N Milwaukee Ave (emporiumchicago.com).

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