Arcades in Toronto

Arcade Toronto is a great place to play a wide range of arcade games with friends. From the classics to more modern games, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Plus, they also serve a variety of food and drink options to keep you comfortable as you play.

Pixels and Pints

With a clever name like “Pixels and Pints,” this arcade bar in Toronto is the perfect place to go with your friends and spend some quality time playing old console games while grabbing some beers and pizza. The venue also offers a number of perks, including free wifi and plenty of parking spots.


For those who have a love of claw machines, this adorable littleĀ Arcade Toronto is the place to be. With over 25 machines in their location, you can get a thrill out of testing your luck in the hopes of winning some cash. If you’re new to the game, there’s plenty of instruction available to help you become the ultimate claw machine pro!

Dave & Buster’s

This popular chain of video game and entertainment centers has a number of locations in Canada. Their Toronto location has garnered a reputation as one of the best arcades in the city, and many of their customers have posted reviews about their experiences at the place.

It’s a bit of a gamble, though — unlike some other arcades where you can buy unlimited credits for a set price, you have to pay per credit at Dave & Buster’s. The minimum is 40 credits for $10, while the maximum is 365.

If you want to get in on the action, be sure to check out their Wednesday Arcade Night! Organizer Steve DelZotto, a student in the video game design and development program at Toronto Film School, said it’s a great way to get into gaming while having fun with other people.

The Retro Arcade at Hotel X Toronto

If you’re looking for a new adventure this holiday season, head to The Retro Arcade inside Hotel X Toronto. This pop-up is hosting a variety of arcade games from the 80s and 90s for one month only. It’s packed with a ton of classics such as Street Fighter II, NFL Blitz, Nascar, and Galaga!

There’s also air hockey, foosball, and multiple pinball games to try out. And to spice things up, they’re even running a tournament for the Iron Maiden Pinball game where you can win a weekend stay at the Hotel X!

Cabin Fever

There is no shortage of arcade bars in Toronto, but if you’re looking for some serious pinball action, Cabin Fever is the perfect spot to visit. This tiny but mighty arcade on Bloor West is home to 10 different pinball machines, and their curated craft beer menu will help to make the experience extra enjoyable.

It’s the perfect place to bring out your inner child while sipping on some delicious ice cold beer! The bar also hosts a pinball league, so you can brush up on your skills while getting the best bang for your buck.

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