Local

Rock Hill’s first arcade bar is opening on Main Street

‘We saw them popping up all over the country’: arcade bar opens in downtown Rock Hill

Player 1 Up arcade and bar opened Tuesday in downtown Rock Hill. The bar features vintage video games, pinball machines, craft beer, cocktails and food.
Up Next
Player 1 Up arcade and bar opened Tuesday in downtown Rock Hill. The bar features vintage video games, pinball machines, craft beer, cocktails and food.

Rock Hill’s “first” 21 and older arcade bar is opening on Main Street at 4 p.m. Tuesday, according to Player 1 Up’s Facebook page.

Player 1 Up at 140 E. Main St. is stocked with vintage video games and pinball machines, including Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man, Galaga, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Donkey Kong, according to the Facebook page.

The bar will serve craft beer, cocktails and a food menu.

The bar describes itself online as the “first and only” 21-and-older arcade bar in Rock Hill.

For sports fans, the bar also has NBA Jam and NFL Blitz 2000 Gold video games, according to its Facebook.

A $5 cover charge at the door includes play for all the games, according to its Facebook.

Player 1 Up will be open 4 p.m.-midnight Monday-Thursday, 4 p.m.-2 a.m. Friday, noon-2 a.m. Saturday and noon-midnight Sunday.

The Rotary Club of Rock Hill has dedicated a clock to the city of Rock Hill. The Rotary, along with corporate and individual donors, bought the clock that was placed in downtown Rock Hill Thursday.

Related stories from Rock Hill Herald

  Comments