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  • Pawn and Pint board game cafe opens in the Crossroads

    Kansas City's first board game cafe, Pawn and Pint, had a soft opening Saturday at 221 Southwest Boulevard in the Crossroads District. Owner Edward Schmalz said for $5, customers will be able to choose from over 600 board games and have a comfortable place to play and stay as long as they want. A former middle school teacher, Schmalz, was inspired by the learning he saw between students as they played games and decided to embark on fundraising and open his cafe. Schmalz hopes to have a full kitchen and a liquor license by next spring.

Pawn and Pint board game cafe opens in the Crossroads

Kansas City's first board game cafe, Pawn and Pint, had a soft opening Saturday at 221 Southwest Boulevard in the Crossroads District. Owner Edward Schmalz said for $5, customers will be able to choose from over 600 board games and have a comfortable place to play and stay as long as they want. A former middle school teacher, Schmalz, was inspired by the learning he saw between students as they played games and decided to embark on fundraising and open his cafe. Schmalz hopes to have a full kitchen and a liquor license by next spring.
Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star