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The Twin Cities Board Games group welcomes everyone! Our members play the full range of games from classic board games to party games to Eurogames. Our goal is building community through playing board games!

Many of our meetups are open to all ages and we encourage you to bring friends and family. We frequently combine an evening of board games with a potluck and often highlight new games that have been provided to us through our sponsors.

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Saturday Gaming at Eagan Level Up Games

Level Up Games — Eagan

Show up at Level Up Games at the Eagan location for some fun game playing. They are at 1004 Diffley Road, 55123. They are in the same building as the Mathnasium. They sell some snacks and beverages but they do allow outside food. Bring your own games or try one from their game library.

Village Games Saturday Boardgaming

Village Games

This meet-up will be most active on the weeks that Geeks of Gaming is not meeting on their alternate Saturdays. Start time is listed as 4pm, although Village Games does open at noon.

Bi-Weekly Open Table-Top Gaming @Dreamer's Vault - Minneapolis

Dreamer's Vault Games

Hey Gang! Open gaming at our new location, Dreamer's Vault! Let's do some gaming! Bring your favorites & let's play! Teens to adults are welcome. Children under 13 are fine as long they are well-behaved, & don't distract other players. Same goes for those over 13!

GameNight! Trifecta... Taps, Tapas, and Tabletop games! At Union 32 Craft House!

• What we'll do We're going to do our weekly GameNight! thing at a special, NEW location this time... way, way, waaaaaaaaaay down in EAGAN. That's in Minnesota. Yep, for sure, you betcha! If they have a 55121 zip code, then I say they are close enough to go to. Don't argue, just grab a ride and get headed south of the city line. LOL. I went here recently and saw that this place would be perfect for a GameNight! Not only are they fairly new, but they have a cool concept, "pour your own beer". So what? Well, they have 32 different taps to choose from. Four that they brew themselves on the premises. That makes them an official brewpub. (So you know I can't resist.) Then there is a full bar, and finally they have a food truck ON PREMISES! (Sorta) It's really just a kitchen behind what LOOKS like a food truck window, but that is so awesome anyway. Great menu choices too, I can't wait to try some of the food, and it's at reasonable prices, you know, LIKE A REAL FOOD TRUCK. They have a unique beer payment system for all that great beer also...... You get an electronic card that keeps track of what you pour, how much you take, what it will cost, the total that you've spent, and TELLS YOU WHEN YOU'VE HAD ENOUGH! Genius! (even if a little big brother-ish scary. Lol.) But wait. there's more..... I made arrangements with the management that for this first time, we can get a tour of the brewery as long as we can have a group of ten or more. Cost is $10, and that includes a complimentary flight of beer ($7.50 value) ... so, CHEAP! The beer tour will start at 5:30pm, so come early. (& stay late?) Even though the main room is big enough for all of us on a Sunday night to play our boardgames, they have a private party room, and it's reserved just for us. Separate, quiet, well-lit, lots of table space, what more could a boardgames group want? It's even next to the rest rooms, for quick breaks from Settlers of Catan, or whatever you're playing! Lots of parking space, since this IS in the suburban outskirts of Saint Paul, and I think we will be happy as clams. Or meeples. Whatever. Your assignment, is find a way to get there. Yes... I know that Eagan is a long-distance phone call from your home. So use a car instead. My trip will take an extra 15 MINUTES to get there. OMG! Your mileage may vary (YMMV). Come on, it's not every week that you'll get such a cool chance to have SIX HOURS of fun for the price of a burger and beer. I think you will like this spot as much as I did, even if you don't drink a drop of the 32 well-chosen beers they have to offer. Need more convincing? Here is a few links to their website, their menu (for dinner), all their beers they have available, and their Facebook page..... https://www.union32crafthouse.com/ https://www.union32crafthouse.com/dinner/ https://www.facebook.com/U32Crafthouse/ https://www.facebook.com/U32Crafthouse/ Good enough? Great, let's get together this coming Sunday night at a NEW spot to place some boardgames! • What to bring Bring yourself, any friends you would like to have along, maybe some boardgames that you own and want to play with other folks. Money to support the location with food and beverage purchases is always thoughtful too! • Important to know We have the party room reserved just for us. Go to the hallway past the tapwall (towards the restrooms) See the curtained off doorway? There we are! Call/text Chris at[masked] if you need extra help or information.

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Board Games and a Brewery

Herkimer Pub and Brewery

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