Video game nightclub opens in Minneapolis

The nation's second arcade-themed nightclub (the first was in Las Vegas) has its grand opening Friday night in Minneapolis. Insert Coins features 40 years of old-school videogames, along with an in-house DJ.
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The nation's second video game-themed nightclub (the first was in Las Vegas) has its grand opening Friday night in Minneapolis.

Insert Coins features 40 years of old-school arcade games, along with a number of nostalgia-swilling home gaming systems, including Atari, KSTP reports. Owners announced the venture in August.

There's more photos and info about the place on the club Facebook page. Here's a glimpse inside from WCCO:

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