For one of the most fun cities in the world, it’s hard to imagine that there is only one board game cafe in New York, but it’s true. With over a thousand games to play or purchase, The Uncommons is different from other restaurants or bars that have only a few games on the shelf. Chelsea met with Greg May, the cafe’s founder and CEO, to find out a little more about what the cafe has to offer and play a friendly round of Cat Tower.
Songs featured in this episode:
“New Years” by Asobi Seksu // “MRDR it’s ok” by Team Spirit // “Oh Nancy” by Young Rival // “I See More” by Ages And Ages // “Golden Girl” by Ladyhawke
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