September 30

News : An arcade is coming to Metuchen NJ (Hailey’s Harp-Cade) : My Central Jersey . Com


A new arcade is opening today Friday September 30th.  The arcade is called Hailey’s Harp-Cade and is located in the town of Metuchen NJ. The arcade is  an addition to a restaurant called Hailey’s which is an Irish Pub which serves drinks and also food.  You can play some games while enjoying a beverage. The Harp-Cade is located at 15 Station Place, Metuchen NJ, 08840.

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METUCHEN – In another sign of the borough’s ongoing business revitalization, an arcade is coming to the downtown area.

Chris Flynn and Moshe Atzbi, owners of Hailey’s Harp & Pub, are opening Hailey’s Harp-Cade, which is expected to make its debut in the late summer.

An active member of the community since opening in 2009 at its downtown location on Main Street, the pub has become a local watering hole where patrons can relax, watch a game and enjoy al fresco dining.

The idea for the expansion was conceived by Flynn after he discovered on social media that residents were interested in having an arcade in the borough. He approached property owner and Metuchen Downtown Alliance chairman, Eric Berger, about expanding his business to an adjoining property at 15 Station Place and the die was cast.


“We’re excited about expanding the Hailey’s brand into an arcade business,” Flynn said in a statement. “We continually look to stay attuned to the feedback of the community and look to push the envelope where we can. We intend to provide the same level of casual and fun experience as the pub offers and look forward to attracting families and patrons, young and old. The new venture will be open sometime during the summer and feature a variety of classic video and pinball machines.”

The arcade also will feature retro cocktails, fun craft beers and a snack menu, Atzbi added.

“We’re trying to fit about 30 games,” he said. “We also want to do birthday parties. It will offer good, family fun.”


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Thanks to My Central Jersey.Com and Susan Loyer for the Article.