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KDB Easton Is Closing

Say goodbye to ski-ball, impossible claw games, and slightly overpriced (but still enjoyable) pitchers of beer. KDB at Easton is closing.


The news of the closure has been circling on social media since August 3, with many stating that today would be the last day for the KDB at Easton.

614NOW reported that an employee posted to Facebook about the closure, but that the employee could not be reached for comment.

Some believe that Easton forced the closure to make way for a new store.

Others were just disappointed that the gaming bar & restaurant was closing at all.

KDB opened at Easton in 2010 after the closure of Game Works. The retail space is nearly 37,000 sq. feet. KDB had 25,000 sq. feet designated for games with 150 seats for dining. With that kind of room, it makes sense that people are speculating that new tenants could be Pins, Dave And Busters, or another bar & arcade combo.

We reached out with multiple phone calls to KDB and to KDB management, but they were unreturned.

Featured image via KDB Easton Facebook