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KTLA Showcases Two Bit Circus: High-Tech Games, Food, Arcade and Fun in Downtown Los Angeles!
In this KTLA news article, reporters Rich DeMuro and Vanessa Ayala take us on a thrilling journey to Two Bit Circus, an innovative entertainment venue in Downtown Los Angeles. Described as a mix of Chuck E Cheese and Dave and Buster’s but for adults, Two Bit Circus offers a unique blend of food, drinks, and high-tech games in a sprawling facility. Founded by Eric Gradman and Brent Bushnell, this micro amusement park is designed to bring people together and rekindle the joy of social play.
Visitors can immerse themselves in a variety of experiences, including games reminiscent of a Midway, a full arcade with classic favorites, and engaging virtual reality rooms. Every attraction at Two Bit Circus is centered around social interaction, allowing friends and strangers alike to play together and create lasting memories.
Among the attractions designed by Gradman and Bushnell is the awe-inspiring robotic bartender, Gearmo del Pouro, who serves up delicious drinks with mechanical precision. Another highlight is the interactive theater, Club 101, with seating for nearly 100 people, where quiz games and wine tastings take entertainment to new heights.
One fascinating trivia is that Brent Bushnell is the son of tech visionary Nolan Bushnell, the mastermind behind Atari and Chuck E Cheese. This dynamic duo envisions expanding their concept to other cities in the future, spreading the joy of Two Bit Circus far and wide.
Open to both kids and adults, Two Bit Circus offers free admission, allowing visitors to pay as they go for games and food. The unique atmosphere, inspired by an old-timey circus or carnival, complements the high-tech experience, making it a must-visit destination for fun-seekers and thrill-lovers in Los Angeles and beyond.