It’s GameTime in Fort Myers!

There’s something for every visitor at GameTime in Fort Myers’ Gulf Coast Town Center. For some, it’s a mini-Vegas with interactive games and neon-lit slots lining the walls. Others head into the Restaurant and Sports Bar for their fun time fix.

GameTime Fort Myers opened in late 2015, taking over the former Borders bookstore. It became an instant success as part of the state-wide entertainment company which now has locations in Miami, Ocoee, Tampa, and coming soon to Daytona and Kissimmee. All locations are flagships with mega arcade and full service dining and Sports Bars.

GameTime Parties and Events

The 22,000 square-foot amusement center at Gulf Coast Town Center in Fort Myers, Florida is a top choice for a family day out, celebrating a birthday or entertaining the kids during school breaks. Make your own fun or book a private party and customize with your own choice of food and drinks, decorations and time-play game cards for all your guests. There’s a dedicated party room for enjoying food together before heading out to the mega arcade to earn some serious scores and scoop one of the awesome prizes. Earn tickets and accumulate them to win valuable prizes at the onsite redemption center.

GameTime Fort Myers is a fun entertainment center located in Gulf Coast Town Center with sports bar, restaurant, simulators, mini bowling, and games for both kids and adults.

GameTime is definitely not just for kids! It is a popular spot for prom parties, wedding rehearsal dinners, corporate team building events, sports team celebrations, office parties, and charity events. If you’re looking to organize a fun get-together for groups from 10 to 1200 people, we already have the venue, food and entertainment ready to go!

Fun and Games at GameTime Fort Myers

GameTime Fort Myers offers over 120 games and simulators with something for every type of action. If you’re visiting as a family or group, the six lanes of mini bowling are sure to get the competitive juices flowing as you compete for a strike, a double, or even a turkey (three strikes in a row).

GameTime Fort Myers, Florida Arcade and Mini Bowling alley.

Photo courtesy GameTime Fort Myers

GameTime keeps the entertainment fresh and new with limited-time machines and permanent games. From Pinball to Angry Birds (complete with sling shot and 55-inch touchscreen monitor) there’s something for every skill set. Throw your best punch at the Barber Cut, score realistic runs on Baseball Pro, or race against the clock with Bean Bag Toss.

GameTime Fort Myers is loaded with fun video arcade games for all ages.

Photo courtesy GameTime Fort Myers

Sports Bar Restaurant at GameTime Fort Myers

With 65+ TV screens and Happy Hour from 4-8 p.m. Monday through Friday, GameTime Sports Bar is a popular spot for gathering to watch your favorite sports with family, friends, and even total strangers!

With 65+ TV screens and Happy Hour daily, GameTime Sports Bar is a popular spot for gathering to watch your favourite sports.

Photo courtesy GameTime Fort Myers

Often the quality and choice of menus takes a backseat at sports bars, but not at GameTime. They provide attentive waiter service, a huge menu, and generous portions of delicious American favorites. From Tex-Mex rolls to burgers, pizza, pasta, salads, and ribs, you’ll want to come back for the dining experience alone! With desserts, cocktails, local craft beers, and a fully stocked bar, everyone will find something to enjoy.

GameTime Fort Myers sports bar and restaurant menu features Churrasco, sliders, salad and dessert.

Photo courtesy GameTime Fort Myers

GameTime Fort Myers sports bar BBQ Burger

Photo courtesy GameTime Fort Myers

Weekends include a special Brunch and Play where for just $16.99 you can enjoy a menu item such as pancakes, breakfast burritos, or omelets and get a $15 all-access game card. With breakfast menu items costing from $7.99 to $9.99, that deal will net you an almost-free breakfast (and we all know free food tastes extra yummy!). GameTime opens at 10 a.m. for brunch on Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m. Monday through Friday.

*Please note all prices are from April 2018

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Nita Ettinger is the co-publisher for Siesta Publications and the Editor in Chief for Must Do Visitor Guides. Must Do Visitor Guides provides Southwest Florida visitor information through printed publications and the website MustDo.com. Must Do Visitor Guides are published bi-annually and are available at no cost in Sarasota, Lee, and Collier County chambers of commerce, visitor information centers, select Southwest Florida hotels, and wherever free publications are found.

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