Pinball is something that I have always enjoyed, but rarely get to play. When I was in Chapel Hill for XX Merge the Orange Country Social Club had a really rad Elvis Pinball Machine. Yesterday I was looking to find more information about Pinball machines in my hood, North Brooklyn, and found very little. I’m aiming to make a directory of Pinball Machines in the area, with all of the vital info: type of machine, price, is it level (how fast does the ball move), and the condition (do all the springs and stuff seem to work). I’m not going to get into the manufacturer, or year it was built, because after all I just like to play.
This is just the beginning. I will be adding more pictures, and machines as I play them. It might be a slow process, but you can help. If you see a machine…let me know where it is, and I’ll go play it! I am going to focus on North Brooklyn, but machines outside that geographical area will also be added to the bottom of the page. I figure focusing on the area I live will produce the best results.
The first two entries are Daddy’s and Enid’s.
The Great Pumpkin Presents:
As machines are added to the list I will be posting a picture of the machine on the blog, and a link to the directory. I hope others find this helpful too.
UPDATE: Thanks Anna for the tip. Here are some of establishments to come:
- Mark Bar
- Bruar Falls
- Mugg’s Ale House,
- The Levee
- Satellite Lounge
- Lulu’s (formerly Lost and Found)
- any others let me know (and I’m always on the look out).