Dave & Buster's Vaughan

120 Interchange Way, Concord
About Dave & Buster's :

Dave & Buster's is an arcade place with plenty of games for kids and adults, plus a bar with kitchen rolled into one place, located on 120 Interchange Way, in Vaughan, Ontario. People can enjoy a drink, have a meal, play a game and even watch a sports game here.

This place has a large private parking lot for cars and bikes. It takes reservations and is a place where you can go with your kids or with your friends for some fun. It is also a place where companies even organise events and holiday parties. There is free Wi-Fi, a lot of TVs and a full bar.

The menu is interesting, with plenty of snacks, pub fare, and grilled items. The place is opened from 10 AM and usually works until midnight from Sunday to Thursday, and up until 2 AM on Friday and Saturday.

This place has been reviewed online on Yelp, Trip Advisor, Google Reviews and Facebook. I’ve read these and bring you the pros and cons based on what patrons wrote online.


  • Classic pub fare
  • Plenty of games
  • Full bar
  • Weekday specials
  • “appy” hour


  • Notes about poor service
  • Notes about overpriced games

Dave & Buster’s is an American chain of restaurants and entertainment centres, founded in 1982. Currently, they have 130 locations in the US and Canada, one of them being in Vaughan, Ontario, reviewed here. This place is separated into two sections, a dining section, and a games section.

The bar is large with plenty of seating all around and a lot of hanging TVs that display all kinds of sporting events. There are white and dark chairs, orange and grey seating booths, brick walls and wood-panelled walls with mirrors around the restaurant area.

The games part has a lot of lights and sometimes looks like a casino. The bar at this side has retro-style seats, red vinyl seating booths and exposed ductwork painted bright orange on the ceilings. There are plenty of games, from pool and bowling, to dance games and even VR games.

The menu offered here is what you may expect from a pub/bar place. There are pregame bites like pretzel dogs, Buffalo wings, chicken quesadillas, and garlic parmesan cheese curds. A good selection of sliders and burgers, steaks and ribs, noodle and “zoodle” dishes, salads, soups, handhelds like tacos and sandwiches.

The menu has shareable and snacks like different styles of nachos, pull-apart pretzels, street corn, and chicken lettuce wraps. There are also desserts like their build-your-own churro sundae. On the drink side, this place has a great offer. There are about 20 different beers on tap or bottled, a good wine list and plenty of innovative and all the classic cocktails.

There are weekday specials like Power Hour games on Monday to Friday from 4.30 to 7 PM, Half price games on Wednesdays, Unlimited wings on Thursdays, and All day, Everyday 10% Military and First Responder discount. There is also organised watching of sports events which is available by reservation.

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