What is a board game cafe?
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The popularity of board games is on the rise and we believe that in a society that is clearly trending towards interacting virtually, we want to focus on the importance of having and maintaining personal and physical connections with people.
The Boardroom is a place for people to come together and have fun playing from a huge selection of over 700 games spanning from old classics to new challenges. Whether it be a date night, a family outing, a small group, or a large party, we want to provide a welcoming and comfortable space for people to meet together over board games.
While you're here, be sure to grab a bite to eat and a pint to drink!
How Does it Work?
$6 per person gets you unlimited access to our entire board game library. Children 8 and under are $3 each. Military and First Responders with a valid ID do not pay a table fee.
Stay and play as many games as you want, for as long as you want. Let our knowledgeable staff teach you a new game or refresh your memory on an old favorite.
We cater to groups and individuals ranging from the experienced gamer who can come in, grab a game, and go, to the novice looking to get in on the action. Our experienced staff will help you through learning new games as well as how to handle rule disputes. Our expansive collection provides hours of fun as well as the opportunity to play test games you are looking to add to your collection. Our collection is continuously growing. We add new games weekly and even take suggestions on what to get.
Kerry and Mark Winger opened The Boardroom in November 2019. The idea of a board game cafe is not an original idea, there are many around the world. When the idea of opening one in Burlington came to Kerry's mind they spent time visiting cafes in the US and Canada determining what they liked and disliked. One of the main things they wanted was a place that had fun food and games as well as a knowledgeable staff who could teach games. They wanted a place where friends and family could hang out and have a good time and unplug for awhile. A place where parents could bring their kids and teach them games from their childhood and most importantly provide a safe space for all to interact and create a community of game enthusiasts.