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Modern Pinball NYC Arcade, New York City

(4.7/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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  • Bother to come to New York, Pinball? Right. It's worth it. Now is the hour, unlimited play if you pay the prescribed amount. This system would be nice. It is well documented (so vital! )。 Old cars enjoyed better intensifies the effect of the flippers and bumpers. I visited with my family, but was delighted children. At night until midnight (vary, so please check) is open, so you want to play at night or rainy days, good on a cold day. Return at night in nearby taxi soon can I catch taxi. You can also shop because there near the Trader Joe's.
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  • Visited because of a Groupon. Had approximately 30 pinball machines. Went there on a Wednesday.... took a 3 hour option... plenty of machines available. You pay a set fee so all the machines are set o...  more »
  • We loved this place. The owner and assistant were extremely helpful and passionate about pinball! Machines line two long walls of this arcade and range from truly old school to the newer 3-d video pro...  more »
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  • Great time! Introduced my daughter to pinball and we spent hours and hours playing every machine they had. They have retro 1970's classics all the way up to games made within a year or so. The way they do the pass, where you can come and go as you please, is very nice. We played, went for lunch, came back for more games until it was time to go home.
  • For $12, you can free play for an hour! Very cool to read about the history of some of the games too. Needs Adams Family pin ball though.
  • Good fun, polite staff, and clean place. Great for teens on Saturday night, when many other places in the city are 21+.
  • Looked like it would have been a nice place but it was disappointing to arrive there only to find out they were closed for a private party. This should be listed on their website. We were vacationing and before wasting cab fair to get there would have been nice to know.
  • This place is set up as a timed space. You don't use quarters or tokens, just a wristband with an expiration time. There are at least 2 dozen pinball machines from all eras, though sadly not all of them are active at once. I'm not sure if it's a maintenance issue, or a crowding issue, but about 6 or 7 games weren't even turned on. The place is clean and booze-free. A great place for a date or the kids. Not a standard arcade like at Dave and Busters, and there's no ticket machines. You're there because you like to play pinball. I'll definitely be back.