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The ESPN Zone :: Sports Arcade

Do you like arcades? How about sports? Then you’ll love the ESPN Zone. Not only is there an awesome arcade filled with action and sports games, but there’s also stuff to keep your parents entertained!

The Sports Arena

The ESPN Zone is all about sports. You’ll find arcade games on just about everything! There are arcade-style basketball hoops, as well as regulation-height hoops, regular hockey and air hockey, soccer, boxing, bowling, golf, tennis, baseball and football. You’ll also find winter sports like skiing and snowboarding, water sports like Waverunner and racing sports like NASCAR and Harley Davidson Racing games. No matter what your game to fame is, you’ll find it at the ESPN Zone!

Good Eats for the Family

With all those energy-burning games, you’re bound to get hungry. No problem! The ESPN Zone offers an awesome family restaurant with a stacked menu of burgers, wraps, sandwiches, salads, ribs, steak, pasta and more! Or if you’re looking for appetizers to share with the family, you won’t be disappointed. They offer sliders, wings, nachos, chicken tenders, pizza and quesadillas. There’s even a delicious kids menu for your little bro or sis. Check out their online menu at www.espnzone.com/menu/ for more info.

For the Parents

So you can have a good chunk of time in the Sports Arena, let your parents know about the adult activities at the ESPN Zone. There’s a sports gift shop for them to browse, a huge bar area and big screen TVs for watching the game. They also offer wireless internet access for those parents who “need to get some work done.”


Where is the ESPN Zone?

There are nine different U.S. locations for the ESPN Zone: Anaheim, Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, Washington DC, Las Vegas and New York! Find out which location is closest to you and plan a day to experience the action-packed sports mania at the ESPN Zone!


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