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While the spread of the COVID-19 delta variant is throwing more curveballs at those wishing to get out and about again, more options continue to open back up.

A product of the pre-pandemic arcade resurgence, Chicago’s Emporium Arcade Bar — with three locations in the Windy City plus spots in Oakland, San Francisco, and Las Vegas — is back in action with options for enjoying professional sports games in addition to classic and modern arcade games.

Emporium Arcade Bar in Chicago’s Logan Square | Source: Emporium Arcade Bar

Each of its three locations on the Third Coast offer massive, oversized projection screens for fans to enjoy the adventures of their hometown teams. The Wicker Park (pictured top) and Logan Square locations feature 20-foot oversized projection screens while Fulton Market has a 10-foot screen. All locations are also packed with HDTVs throughout.

Emporium Arcade Bar in Chicago’s Fulton Market | Source: Emporium Arcade Bar

“We want our guests not only to hang out and play vintage arcade games while enjoying our amazing beverage menu but to also have a good time cheering on their favorite Chicago sports teams,” says Emporium Arcade Bar co-founder. “From stopping by to catch a baseball game to making it easy to reserve a table for your group, we offer a unique game-day experience at all three of our Chicago locations.”

Emporium is opening at noon on weekends and stays open for late-night hours for fans to catch the Chicago White Sox, Chicago Cubs, Chicago Bears, and more.

Full details can be found here.

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