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Thursday, April 28, 2011

Mayor Oscar B. Goodman Celebrates Insert Coin(s) Video Lounge Game Bar TONIGHT...

Even though Insert Coin(s) Video Lounge Game Bar has been open for several weeks, to great reviews I might add,  the party doesn't really start until the Mayor says so. Tonight one of Downtown's newest and coolest attractions celebrates its opening with the traditional ribbon cutting ceremony. Mayor Goodman will be at Insert Coin(s) with Martini in hand to officially welcome the new establishment that is helping redefine the face of Downtown.

About Insert Coin(s)

The brainchild of a local Las Vegan, Insert Coin(s) is billed as the “first videolounge gamebar.” The new nightspot will combine a lounge atmosphere with the latest in ever-changing, high-tech entertainment. Video game-themed cocktails, video DJs and national championship videogame competitions will also be part of the mix at this epicenter of modern entertainment.

The 7,000-square-foot venue has been designed for partygoers and video game enthusiasts, noted founder Christopher LaPorte. In addition to state-of-the-art video games on over 60 HD displays, nostalgia buffs can enjoy blasts from the past playing one of 45 arcade cabinets and video game systems from the heydays of the 1970s and 1990s.

The Ribbon Cutting Ceremony begins promptly at 5:30pm

Insert Coin(s) Video Lounge Game Bar
512 Fremont Street
Las Vegas, Nevada 89101

Insert Coin(s) Video Lounge & Game Bar
Opening Night
(Photo by Paco)
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