5. The Uncommons, Greenwich Village

Image by Uriel Clavijo courtesy The Uncommons 

If you’re looking for a place to burn a couple of hours, pay a visit to The Uncommons, Manhattan’s first boardgame store and cafe that welcomes guests of all ages. There, you can find an expansive inventory of board and card games — one of the largest in the East Coast — that span across multiple genres.

In addition to being a game center, The Uncommons is very much a social space, where events likes tournaments and meet-ups are regularly held. You are also free to “walk-in” and play on a regular game night. Address: 230 Thompson St.

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  1. “If you’re in the mood to socialize, the coffee shop also offers conservation cards that you can place on your table to help initiate conversation with other friendly patrons.”

    So the conservation cards conserve conversation?

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