Kickback originally opened in spring 2013 as a coffee shop equipped with pinball machines and a floor painted to look like one. After the original owners decided to move on, new owners stepped in and launched an IndieGoGo campaign to raise money for repairs and improvements.

They quickly met their goal of $5,000, ultimately raising over $12,000 by the end of the campaign. The cafe reopened last July and is one of the only non-bars in the city with multiple pinball machines.

Source: Kickback Cafe hosts Pittsburgh City Pinball Championships a year after re-opening | Sports News | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper