“Mario Kart is definitely the most popular game,” says Lochridge about the games available on the Nintendo 64, which is located inside the tavern’s comfy couch-equipped “living room.” “I thought it would be fun to add some friendly competition and make it into a tournament.”
Engines will start at 5:30 p.m. at Park House, 1515 Madison Street. There’s no cost to play, and the winner goes home without having to pay his or her food or bar tab. (Second place gets half off the tab; third place gets a free pitcher.) Trash talking is encouraged.
Mon., June 17, 5:30 p.m., 2013