WORCESTER – If you thought Worcester’s “Restaurant Row” had every kind of bar or restaurant imaginable, think again.
All Systems Go, – a 6,200 sq. foot Esports bar – is opening up in late 2019 on the back end of 225 Shrewsbury St. [home to Mexicali Grill, InHouse Coffee, DCU and Gentle Dental].
The Esports bar will be bringing the most popular titles in mainstream Esports to Shrewsbury St., and according to ownership, will take suggestions from the community as they get closer to their opening date on which games their customers would like to play when going to All Systems Go.
All Systems Go will be the first Esports bar in Worcester and for those of you that aren’t familiar with the idea, an Esports bar is a competitive gaming hub that serves food and drink.
All the details are at a minimum, here’s what we do know:
1. Gaming customers will be able to play comfortably in Secretlab Omega gaming chairs.
2. All Systems Go will feature a full bar and lounge and a quick service pizza counter with plenty of toppings options.
3. The bar will host live tournaments for seasoned gamers and will also cater to casual gaming competitors.
The bar entrance will face Casco St. [off Shrewsbury St] directly in back of DCU [pictured].
Although there isn’t a specific opening date yet, the anticipated opening of All Systems Go is in the Fall.
Check back to ThisWeekinWorcester.com for a feature on All Systems Go as the bar gets closer to its opening date.
Lead photo: Rendering of All Systems Go Location with Logo on Door
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