Game meetups near you

For up-to-date information, join the Well Played Meetup. You'll get announcements of new events and updates if plans should change.

Well Played hosts two weekly public gaming sessions. On Mondays we're at Jason's Deli on Roswell Road in Sandy Springs where we feature league play. Each Wednesday we're at our longest-running meetup: Friends' Board Game Night, now at Moe's Southwest Grill at North Druid Hills and Briarcliff just east of I-85 (map). All our get togethers start at 5:00 PM. Everyone is welcome to join and try out some of our favorite games.

From time to time we also host Introduction to Eurogames meetups for gaming groups around Atlanta and the southeast. If you'd like us to put together a session for your club, please let us know.


Weekly calendar


Secrets Factory hosts regular meetups throughout the week, currently on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. They additionally host occasional game design groups for those interested in making games as well as playing them.

The Atlanta Boardgames Meetup is one of the oldest and best groups in the city. They play on the second Monday and fourth Sunday of the month at Jason's Deli near Northlake Mall in Tucker.

You can play on Friday nights at the IHOP on Peachtree-Industrial Boulevard in Chamblee and both Thursday nights as well as Saturday nights at Boulevard Diner on Holcomb Bridge Road in Peachtree Corners. Gaming at these two groups generally lasts late into the night.

Southwest Atlanta Gaming hosts a monthly meetup in Fairburn. This group does have a $5 fee to cover the hotel conference room where they play.

The Gwinnett Boardgame Society plays at The Tower Game Center in Lawrenceville on the first and third Sunday of each month.

Atlanta Boardgame Night hosts irregular game meetups in the Cabbagetown area featuring a mix of strategy and party games.

The Atlanta Game Night Meetup hosts irregular get-togethers around the city, with a focus on party games.

Boardgames ITP is one of the newest groups and meets at the new location of Cameli's Pizza in Little Five Points.

Atlanta Outworlders hosts a game night the first Saturday of every month.

Atlanta Gamers Guild hosts all manner of gaming events, from roleplaying to board and card games to miniature gaming. They meet primarily in Marietta and Kennesaw.

Area shops with gaming events include FCB and Super Games in Alpharetta, Dr. No's in Marietta, Titan in Smyrna and Duluth, The Gaming Pit in Duluth, The Raven's Nest in Marietta, Giga-Bites Cafe in Marietta, Heroes in Newnan, Treefort in Fayetteville, Galactic Quest in Buford and Lawrenceville, and Tower in Suwanee