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Published on January 25th, 2014 | by geeky

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Short North bar caters to growing interest in specialty board games – Columbus Dispatch

This is cool! I think it would be great to have board games at bars, instead of just big televisions and loud music. I mean, there are times when you want to go someplace noisy and watch a football game or something, but it’s nice to have options.

English: Part of the A Game Of Thrones board g...

English: Part of the A Game Of Thrones board game in progress. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Short North bar caters to growing interest in specialty board games
Columbus Dispatch

During a recent Thursday night out, Cort Harlow and Ryan Kates could have easily looked the part at any Short North spot — a trendy pub, perhaps, or a loud sushi bar.

The two were focused instead on crafting a medieval French landscape of roads, farms and fortresses while strategically positioning their respective “knights” and “thieves” across unguarded turf to score points.

Despite flashier leisure options nearby, a game of Carcassonne seemed, well, cool.

What do you think? Would you try a night spot that features board games?

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