Gregg’s Olde Town Tap
Video Gaming at Gregg’s Olde Town Tap in Mundelein, IL
Gregg’s Olde Town Tap, conveniently located at the heart of Mundelein, IL, is the epitome of a great dive bar and video gaming spot. Its pure authenticity and no-frills vibe perfectly encapsulates what folks are looking for after a long day of work.
Even if the atmosphere at Gregg’s Olde Town Tap feels simple, we can assure you that the video gaming terminals are anything but. They were crafted by big brand-name manufacturers such as Scientific Games, WMS, Spielo International, IGT, and Novomatic. They were brought to Gregg’s Olde Town Tap because of a partnership with video gaming terminal operator J&J Gaming.
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Gregg Peleska has owned Gregg’s Olde Town Tap for decades. Much of its charm can be attributed to him. Before buying the bar, which has been there since 1933, Gregg had worked at it as a bartender for 14 years. Gregg’s years of experience helped him know all the little inner workings of the bar business, making his transition into ownership that much easier. Adding video gaming to the mix made Gregg’s even more attractive to locals.
Gregg’s Olde Town Tap is kept up by a small but dedicated staff. Their warm, familiar faces behind the bar help regulars and newcomers alike settle in straight away. Although Gregg’s Olde Town Tap is fairly spacious inside, they still offer a carport in the back that patrons can meander to for a breath of fresh air. Once you’ve finished your cold drink and some quality chit-chat, don’t forget about taking your shot at a big win on the hot video slot and poker machines.
Gregg’s Olde Town Tap always welcomes fresh faces, often turning new guests into regulars. This is great news, as Gregg insists it’s the familiar crowd of regulars that have kept Gregg’s Olde Town Tap going throughout the years. Maybe it’s the drink service or the friendly crowd, but we think the vibrant video gaming sure does help with that. Get welcomed by name and a ready-made drink at Gregg’s Olde Town Tap.
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