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There’s A Micro Amusement Park In DTLA And It’s Pretty Much An Arcade From The Future

By Malia Wooten

Imagine your childhood arcade on steroids… 🎪

Old school video games, VR escape rooms, a 100-seat trivia theater, and even a cocktail serving robot named Gearmo del Pouro – it doesn’t take rocket science to understand why Two Bit Circus is called a micro amusement park. Founders Eric Gradman and Brent Bushnell created a futuristic atmosphere where adults can get together live out their wildest childhood dreams and for a limited time, you can get a $15 dollar playing card, 1 happy hour drink, as well as 10 midway arcade plays for just $30!

Hidden in plain sight within L.A’s thriving downtown arts district, this new carnival-themed VRcade includes a full-service bar that will deliver to anywhere on the floor and a snack stand stocked with hand pies, flatbreads, hot potato tots galore! The venue even offers the option to rent out a VR cabana – a cozy lounging area with tons of open seating where you and the crew can set your competitive differences aside and relax.

Admission to Two Bit Circus is free, but reservations are recommended for popular attractions. The game-changing bundle including a $15 dollar playing card, 1 happy hour drink, as well as 10 midway arcade plays for only $30 is only available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays so be sure to plan accordingly.

Enter a world where the past and future join forces with today, here!

Location: 634 Mateo St, Los Angeles, CA 90021. See it on Google maps.

Also published on Medium.