Calling all players! An Ardmore board-game café is new to town. Twenty One Pips, named after the amount of dots (pips) on a six-sided dice is the brainchild of restaurateur Matt Hendricks, writes Ed Williams for Main Line Today.
The restaurant offers over 600 board games to choose from, for a $5 fee per person for two hours. Patrons can munch on snacks like crudites or shishito peppers and sip a fun cocktail while playing a round of Parcheesi.
The old-school interior design features playful primary colors, game-themed murals, and antique church pews.
And board games are not the only type of recreational activity that guests can partake in. The space also includes Skeeball alleys and an Atari Pong table.
While the menu is limited to snacks and booze, Twenty One Pips has a lunch and brunch menu in the works.
The café is open every day with varying hours and is fun for the whole family.
Read more about this Ardmore board-game bistro at Main Line Today.