Florida’s largest arcade coming to Orlando’s I-Drive

A 15,000-square-foot arcade is coming to Orlando’s International Drive later this summer.

Arcade Monsters is currently in the midst of constructing its fifth location in the state of Florida along Orlando’s most popular roadway amongst tourists. The new location joins others in Oviedo, Lake Mary, Melbourne, and Sarasota.

Known for their large selection of arcade games, pinball, and stylish digs, the new location will feature larger artwork and more games than its predecessors.

The company says its I-Drive location will be “one of, if not the largest, arcade bars in the United States,” and will also feature secret rooms, a speakeasy, two patios, a kitchen, and a bar, among other amenities.

“It’s a classic Arcade Monsters layout, but extreme,” said the company in a statement to Orlando-News.com.

Although an exact opening date has not yet been announced for the I-Drive location, the business says it is hoping to open it in the third quarter of this year.

For more information on the arcade, its games, or its other locations, visit the Arcade Monsters website.

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