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Dave & Busters Plans Feb. 14 Grand Opening at Willowbrook Mall

Dave & Busters will open its Willowbrook Mall location on Feb. 14. Credits: Christa Limone

WAYNE, NJ - Dave & Busters at Willowbrook Mall will have its grand opening celebration on Feb. 14. 

It will be the chain's 109th location and second in New Jersey. The Woodbridge location opened in November.

Doors will open at 11 a.m. to the public. From 4:30 to 7 p.m. happy hour will feature half price cocktails, $1 off 22 ounce drafts, $1 off glasses of wine and $3 off bottles of wine. From 9 p.m. to close, late night happy hour will feature half price cocktails, $1 off 22 ounce drafts, $1 off glasses of wine and $3 off bottles of wine

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For more information, visit their website or find them on Facebook.

Dave & Busters, founded in 1982, has 103 locations across the country. The Wayne location will offer a full-service restaurant and bar and over 150 video, skill and arcade games.

The opening the latest in many changes to the mall, which recently underwent a multi-million dollar makeover. The Sears store was subdivided to make way for Dave & Buster's. In addition, a 12-theatre, 44,000-square foot Cinemark movie theater will be built where Sears Auto Center is currently located, off Willowbrook Boulevard.

Seritage SRC Finance will raze the auto center to build the new cinema, which is expected to open in 2019.

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