If you’re a gamer, there’s a place in Brittany Center at 21st and Woodlawn that should be right up your alley. By now you may have even heard of it. It’s Headshots Bar & Grill; a videogame bar that has a connected coffee shop called Table Top Java Shop which is a board game cafe.
2120 N Woodlawn Blvd
Wichita, Kansas 67208
316-260-4370 (Table Top Java Shop)
Monday – Thursday: 11am – 12am
Friday – Saturday: 11am – 2am
Closed on Sunday
Between Headshots and Table Top Java Shop, they have a little bit of something for everybody. There are more than 1,000 video games, 500 board and card games, a full bar and kitchen as well as the aforementioned coffeeshop. They serve pizza, burgers, salads, sandwiches, specialty drinks, coffees, teas and a massive selection of beer and liquor.
One of the first things you can do when you arrive is order food or sign up to play video games.
An all day pass to play games is $5. You can do a monthly pass for $15. For those with kids, anybody under 21 is allowed when accompanied by a 21 or older. They do need to be out by midnight. I took two of the kids there and they had a great time over a couple hours but left before the older crowd arrived.
When you pay for your game pass, there are ‘game menus’ available. They have the Wii, Wii U, Switch, PS4, X-Box 360 and PC games. Here’s what the game menus look like:
After that, you can pick where you want to play. There are a bunch of TV screens and couches spread out all over the bar.
Of course if you want to drink, there’s always the option to sit at the bar.
Then there’s Table Top Java Shop which you can access directly from Headshots. Inside they have pastries, coffee, specialty drinks, over 500 board and card games, tables to play on and nostalgic video game systems like Nintendo, Nintendo 64, Playstation, and more. As a huge board game fan, I can attest that they have all the who’s who in the board game community.
Access to all of this is included with the video game pass.
They also have my personal favorite video game of all time: Super Smash Bros for the Nintendo 64.
It’s definitely a neat little place where there’s a little bit of something for everybody. Gaming fans can easily lose track of time and the $5 price point makes it affordable especially if you don’t want to spend the money on a video game system or a board game which can get very costly.
With games, drinks, food, couches, and a bathroom, you really don’t have a reason to leave.
Here’s their food menu:
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