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Dave & Buster’s to debut new prototype in Dallas before the Super Bowl

New features include ‘a wall-to-wall gaming environment,’ interactive darts and shuffleboard bays, an ‘immersive’ sports viewing experience, a self-serve beer wall, and a new menu

Coppell, Texas-based eatertainment brand Dave & Buster’s announced last week that the restaurant chain’s newest prototype will open on Feb. 9 in Dallas.

The location, at 9450 North Central Expressway, will host several events the weekend of the Super Bowl, which takes place on Sunday, Feb. 11. The Dallas Mavericks mascot Champ (a blue horse) and the Mavericks’ street team will give away prizes during the ribbon cutting on Feb. 9. That night and on Feb. 10, there will be drone shows. Dave & Buster’s has also partnered with clothing brand True Brvnd to release exclusive D&B Upside Down Dallas hats.

New elements at this location include a “wall-to-wall gaming environment” called The Arena, interactive social bays for playing darts and shuffleboard, an “immersive” sports viewing experience, a self-serve beer wall, and a new menu.

“We can’t wait to reveal this Dave & Buster’s as a Dallas entertainment destination during the big game weekend,” Dave & Buster’s Dallas general manager Garrett Chimarys said in a statement. “We’re thrilled for our neighbors to experience this incredible transformation for themselves. Join us for epic watch parties on our giant 40-foot WOW Wall [screen] and state-of-the-art activities with the immersive gaming environment The Arena and all-new social bays for playing darts and shuffleboard. Guests are going to have to see it to truly understand Dave & Buster’s Dallas is like nothing they’ve ever seen.”

In celebration of Super Bowl 58, Dave & Buster’s is offering a promotion on Feb. 11 to guests that includes $58 unlimited game play plus food, as well as prize giveaways throughout the day.

Dave & Buster’s has almost 150 units across the U.S.

Check out the new prototype here.

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