213-B East Bay St. Downtown.
Look, we’ve heard all the stories about how Nintendo’s Wii game console has been embraced by seniors living in old folks’ homes. Good for them. They need something to look forward to other than reruns of Matlock, pureed TV dinners, and that one day out of the year when their ungrateful children show up to spend a good solid hour and a half with them. But what about the rest of us? Don’t we deserve to showcase our mad Wii skillz in the company of our peers? Absolutely. Which is where The Brick on East Bay comes in. The downtown watering hole has a Wii that patrons can play. Even better, they project it on a 120-inch screen. Game on.