Enslen said creating the business in the 1860s building is a work in progress. “I like it. You are in an old building and come in and have all the newest equipment,” he said.
He’s given numerous tours of the cafe already, explaining to the uninitiated the business concept. He said he hopes to attract players of all ages for the video and board gaming. He also hopes to become a Dayton birthday party mecca – for kids of all ages.
The game shop offers Dayton fun Wednesday and Thursday 3pm-9pm; Friday 3pm-midnight; Saturday 11am-midnight; and Sunday 11am-5pm.