WORCESTER – Pixels & Pints will be opening in August.
The arcade bar with retro games from the ‘80s & ‘90s and full cocktail and beer service will be opening up in a 4,300 square foot space at 179 Grafton St., near the Grafton Hill welcome area of the I-290 on and off-ramps.
Pixels & Pints — owned by Jason Eastty, the former owner of Escape Games Worcester and Smash the Room, co-organizer of Clues & Brews trivia contest, and creator of live action events “Find the Secret Agent” and “Escape the City” — announced the August opening on Facebook on Sunday promising a mix of arcade games from the ’80s and ’90s, classic consoles hooked up to projectors, custom cocktails, local craft brews and pizza.
ThisWeekinWorcester.com first reported the opening of Pixels & Pints in late March. Read the full story here.
Lead photo: Rendering of Pixels & Pints with Logo on Sign
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