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Meepleville board game cafe

Meepleville Board Game Cafe

5/5

Board Games

Coffee and Tea

Wheelchair Accessible

Accepts Credit Cards

Private Lot

4704 W Sahara Ave
Ste 2
Las Vegas, NV 89102
Westside

Working Hours

Mon 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Tue 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Wed 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Thu 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Fri 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Sat 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Sun Closed

“A friendly environment to play any of our 2000+ games. Game gurus will recommend games and get you started playing.We are also the LARGEST dedicated board game store in Las Vegas.”

Jessica G.
5/5
I went to a group meetup at Meepleville and it was so much fun. They have a great (read: massive) selection of board games and party games to try out and the price was good. You just pay a flat entry fee and can use any of the games for as long as you're there. The fee varies depending on the night, but is less than the cost of a movie ticket. In addition, they have a small snack bar with hot foods, bar snacks, coffee drinks, and a few non alcoholic beverages as well as some beer and wine. The prices are totally reasonable.
Jessica G.
Wow this place is so much fun! Just an FYI they do have a cover charge of $7 per person but if you're a UNLV student it's half off on Fridays. They have basically every board game you could ever think of so we got to play a ton of games before we left. The food was surprisingly really good! We ordered the chicken and nachos and they were really good. The pretzel bites were ok but for the price of them I can't even complain. They have all the games separated by category so if there's only two of you, you can find a ton of games. If you want people to join your group they have signs so you can see who wants to meet new people. The staff was so hopeful with games, food, etc. This place is definitely a must go.
Pedro G.
5/5
Pedro G.
Carmel D.
5/5
What a hidden gem of fun in Las Vegas! All the board games that you can think of all in one room. They also have an Escape Room, food/treats for sale, and even alcohol. They have games for sale as well. Check their events calendar out online as days are different. On Wednesday, we went since it said from 5-11PM, you can sign-up to play or learn any game by having someone who works there teach you. You can join in with a group or play with wherever you came with.
Carmel D.
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