Farm Feed has a post-apocalyptic theme and features an 8,000 square foot space with multiple sections, according to a company statement. (Courtesy of Farm Feed)
Farm + Feed is now open in Legacy stores, according to an announcement from the company. Located at 7401 Lone Star Drive, Ste. B120, the venue merges a full restaurant and bar with a variety of video and board games.
Farm + Feed has a post-apocalyptic theme and features an 8,000 square foot space with multiple sections, according to the release. The entrance area is called the “Village,” and the company said it has 20 cabins, each with two 55-inch TVs, a Nintendo Switch, and an Xbox Series X or Playstation 5 with four controllers. The area also has 18 gaming PCs with the latest technology, according to the statement.
“Our name is a pun that refers to game terms,” Farm + Feed owner Max Seel said in a published statement. “Farming is when you repeatedly defeat an opponent and farm them for resources, while foraging is the opposite, when you lose and drop your resources.”
The other sections, called “Bunker” and “Library”, include sci-fi books, arcade games, more gaming PCs, and couches with game console setups. The site also offers more than 100 board games, chess boards and card games, the statement said.
The restaurant menu features items such as cheesy cornballs, pizza rolls, bao rolls, and grilled pork lettuce wraps. The bar serves a variety of spirits, local craft beers, wines and signature cocktails.
With modern gaming becoming primarily an online activity, Seel said he hopes to encourage gamers to enjoy playing in person again.
“We hope to bring that element back with Farm + Feed while adding good food and a full bar to the mix because we believe games are more fun when enjoyed together,” Seel said in the release.