Where else can you dine, drink, and play video games?

Dave & Busters newest location has finally opened in Milford at 1201 Boston Post Rd. in the Connecticut Post Mall. What sets D & B's apart from every other sports bar and grill is they also include a massive video arcade in each of their locations. What really sparked my interest was the fine print under the heading of Dress Code.

  1. No hats, clothing, visible tattoos, or jewelry with offensive language or imagery.
  2. No sunglasses.
  3. No clothing that exposes underwear or excessive portions of the skin which may be viewed as inappropriate in a family environment.
  4. No perceived evidence of gang affiliation.
  5. No OPEN CARRY of firearms except by sworn law enforcement personnel.
  6. Persons under the age of 18 are not permitted unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Personally, I'm OK with all 6 of the policies listed above, but I'm puzzled by #2 - No sunglasses? Is Dave & Busters afraid that someone might run into a table, server, or pole inside the restaurant? According to the Detroit Free Press, in March of 2017, members of an American Legion Post were not allowed to wear their affiliation jackets inside a Kentwood, Michigan Dave & Busters and were taken to task.

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