You Can Play Over 500 Games & Sip Boozy Juice Pouches At This Playful Dallas Bar
Those game nights with your family and friends just got more fun.
Board games have been a part of every family tradition since the beginning of time. Activities that started as a good way to bring the family together for some quality time then turned into some healthy competition between siblings, friends, and significant others. We eventually coined the term "game night" and thus, Game Theory, a boozy board game bar in Dallas with every exciting game under the sun was born!
I'm sure we've all planned to go to a friend's house for game night and someone had to rush to a store to buy a new game that wasn't just the standard Cards Against Humanity or Monopoly.
Although those are arguably the best games to play with large groups, sometimes you want more variety.
Game Theory has you covered.
With over 500 board games at your fingertips and some fun cocktails, those game nights with your family that you dreaded participating in your youth, just got way more fun.
The Game Theory experience is seamless and easy.
When you walk in, you will be asked to pay a $5 library fee. This allows you to play any game you want for an unlimited amount of time.
If you happen to spend $10 or more on drinks or food, you can play for free! It's as simple as that!
Their menu is completely designed to either have shareable sized snacks for the entire group or light meals for each individual.
The menu includes a variety of cuisine ranging from Texans' beloved fried pickles and chips and queso to items such as Japanese beef stew for those looking for a little something more than a snack.
The drink menu is just as fun as the game options.
With a ton of classic cocktails, one that sparks people's interest is the Pacific Punch.
Packed in a pouch that resembles Capri Sun, this place will definitely bring you back to your childhood.
Address: 804 S. Main Street, Suite 110, Fort Worth, TX
Why You Need To Go: A bar with a concept most haven't seen before and over 500 board games to try with your friends. From good old fashioned board games to What Do You Meme? I'm sure you can spend hours of fun together.