Board Game Bars in NYC - The Uncommons

I. Love. Board Games. I really do. Something I hadn’t done before moving to New York though was going to a bar with a small group of friends to play… and it was awesome!

The Uncommons is a board game bar in New York City is just below Washington Square Park and it’s perfect for a rainy fall afternoon (I think there are going to be lots in the coming months). It’s Manhattan’s first board game bar and boasts over 1400 games (!?), most of which are listed on their website.

Be sure to make a booking because this place gets busy and full very quickly:

We regularly have waits of one to two hours during peak periods, and generally offer a first come, first serve policy for our guests.

However, we can accept a limited number of reservations for groups of five or more, and request at least 24 hours in advance with a deposit in full. As with walk-ins, we now have a three-hour limit.

It’s $15/person for an unlimited choice of games for 3 hours (but confirm this when you make a booking). This will let you try out all sorts of games, some of which you’ve been playing for years and some you’ve probably never heard of. They’ve also got drinks (alcoholic and non-alocoholic) as well as an array of tasty snacks to keep your mind working at full capacity.

So get your friends together, plan an afternoon, and head to the Uncommons! If you need an extra, be sure to let me know!

To make a reservation, email us@uncommonsnyc.com with your name, email address, phone number, date and time, number of people, and any other details abut your event (and maybe include that AmericaJosh.com sent you).

Other board game bars in New York

I haven’t checked out any others in New York just yet, but would love to know what you recommend so please do comment below with your favorites!

 

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