Replay Lincoln Park

Classic gaming, cocktails, and craft beers! Great place to grab a good beer, play some arcade and pinball games, with plenty of TVs for sports as well. No kitchen on premises, but carry-in/ order-in is allowed.
All machines are free play. was known had Headquarters Beercade up until autumn 2016. some split in the company has resulted in a rename and revamp. still basic business model as HQ.

Address

950 W Wolfram St, Chicago, IL 60657, USA

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Added by

DJ_Obsolete
2012-11-19 18:24:11

Last edited by

douggalecawitz
2023-01-25 06:09:57



Games list

Last updated on 2023-01-25 06:09:57

The following games are listed for this location.



Stern, 2017 - Added on 2017-07-07

Stern, 2020 - Added on 2022-01-31

Stern, 2016 - Added on 2017-11-06

Bally, 1992 - Added on 2019-08-21

Stern, 2018 - Added on 2022-01-31

Stern, 2016 - Added on 2017-04-21

Stern, 2017 - Added on 2022-01-31

Spooky Pinball, 2021 - Added on 2023-01-25

Stern, 2010 - Added on 2022-01-31

Stern, 2019 - Added on 2022-01-31

Stern, 2015 - Added on 2017-04-21

Stern, 2003 - Added on 2022-01-31

Williams, 1997 - Added on 2017-07-07

Stern, 2013 - Added on 2017-04-21

Williams, 1998 - Added on 2019-08-21

Stern, 2007 - Added on 2022-01-31

Stern, 2013 - Added on 2018-07-07

Stern, 2017 - Added on 2017-11-06

Stern, 2018 - Added on 2019-08-21

Stern, 2003 - Added on 2023-01-25

Stern, 2014 - Added on 2023-01-25

Stern, 2012 - Added on 2022-01-31


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Comments

9 years ago

I visited this place on a Friday night and found that a lot of the pins weren't functioning well - Baywatch's DMD was non-functional, Corvette was resetting and slam-tilting. Most of the patrons didn't seem to care. Someone was playing Baywatch with the DMD out.

In a yelp review I read, I learned that there are some people that just like the ambience that pinball machines give - they don't really care about playing them, just leaning on them. I get the impression this is what Headquarters is really meant for - a place for early 20somethings to pose. I won't be going back.

9 years ago

I visited this place on a Friday night and found that a lot of the pins weren't functioning well - Baywatch's DMD was non-functional, Corvette was resetting and slam-tilting. Most of the patrons didn't seem to care. Someone was playing Baywatch with the DMD out.

In a yelp review I read, I learned that there are some people that just like the ambience that pinball machines give - they don't really care about playing them, just leaning on them. I get the impression this is what Headquarters is really meant for - a place for early 20somethings to pose. I won't be going back.

9 years ago

Not that bad of a place. If you go early you can play virtually every game there. I've been there multiple times. When the games have a problem they either get fixed or a new game is brought in. They also have a good variety of games, some of which are extremely difficult to find in the wild. The games seem to be in good condition. Alot of the games sound is turned down, but you will experience this also at some pinball shows as well. With the games all on freeplay this place is worth visiting. Just bring an ID and your good to go.

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