What’s next for indie video game cafe scene

IGN is excited to announce the first new indie video gaming cafe in over a decade will be opening in a few weeks.

The new location will be located at the former Cafe Indigo space in Hollywood.

The cafe, which will have a full bar and table service, will be open on Thursday nights from 10pm to 2am, and on weekends from 10am to 1am.

“We’re very excited to open this new location and are excited to bring our loyal customers and fans to a new and exciting location,” Cafe Indigo co-founder and CEO David Jernigan said in a statement.

“Indie game cafes are a great way to meet and socialize with gamers, and we’re excited to see how our customers will react to our cafe and new menu options.”

Cafe Indigo has hosted some of the largest gaming tournaments in the country, and it recently added a gaming lounge in the lobby of its Hollywood location.

“The new Indie Cafe in Hollywood will be a welcoming and welcoming space for fans of all ages and backgrounds to enjoy a great game, music and food experience,” Jernigans statement said.

“Cafe Indigo is thrilled to expand our gaming and social experiences in the neighborhood, and hope to be able to serve our new community for years to come.”