Game On: Best Places To Play In New York City

Game On: Best Places To Play In New York City

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If you're more activity-oriented, New York City's got a fair amount of game-centric places for you to kick back and have fun!

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    New bar/arcade in the LES features 22 rotating games, a surprisingly sophisticated (yet reasonably priced) selection of wine and sake, craft beer pours, and 40s of Colt 45s (via Thrillist) -- Cooper Smith via Foursquare
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    Enjoy the competitive atmosphere of a traditional boxing gym or dabble in mixed martial arts. -- Compass via Foursquare
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    Perfect place for a hard workout. Very competent coaches and I really love the atmosphere of this new underground boxing room. My new favorite one ! -- Krıstófer-Þórır D. via Foursquare
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    There are lots of opportunities for learning with tours, field trips and hands-on activities. Plan your next field trip here & visit educationnation.com for more interactive educational activities. -- Education Nation via Foursquare
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    Screw this place. Too crowded. Too many knuckleheads. A round of golf shouldn't take 6 hours. Go to Staten Island instead. Three courses, no waiting. -- Pete Kearney via Foursquare
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    With 8 full vintage bowling lanes and a separate sit-down bar area with pool and a dozen craft beers on tap, The Gutter is a great destination for an activity-packed night. -- Serious Eats via Foursquare
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    The 21+ policy at night weeds out rowdy kids (this place is a hit with daytime birthday parties), so it’s safe to bring a date or group of friends looking for a fun yet grown-up night on the town. -- ThePurplePassport.com via Foursquare
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    Everyone knows that the Blue Ribbon fried chicken is sex in public on a dinner plate. But the foreplay? Rock & roll fries: gravy, cajun spice, provolone & cheddar. Wipe the dumb grin off your face. -- Dee Phunk via Foursquare
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    The range faces the west and because of the setting sun, it is impossible to see where you are hitting the ball in the late afternoon. Best times to practice are morning, early afternoon, and night. -- Stanley Tso via Foursquare
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    "Banzai Hill" is an epic pinball game (& named after what some call the nastiest motorcross hill in all the land, Saddlebrook Hill in Irvine Park, CA. Closed in 1984 for being too dangerous Google it) -- Dens via Foursquare
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    Luna Park is Coney's new kid on the block. With 19 new rides plus food and games, it's fun for the whole family. Catch a ride on the Air Race, a brand new ride that world-debuted in Coney Island! -- Coney Island via Foursquare
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    $2.25 a game for league bowlers on Sunday if you come when they open but must play 3, 6 Games, etc. Plus, can't use two free game coupon. -- Bobby Steele via Foursquare
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