Photography via M-Rad

Diners step into a Memphis fever dream at this Los Angeles restaurant place, which serves up pizza slices with a hefty side of nostalgia.

Everything from the bulky arcade machines to the squiggly patterned walls pays homage to a bygone era, chosen to evoke memories of neon-lit Hollywood strip malls.

Game Over is an LA pizza joint that’s straight out of the 80s
Photography via M-Rad

Local studio M-RAD oversaw the interiors, installing pink and blue neon lighting, a tubular banquette, and terrazzo-patterned tables that are straight out of the Saved By the Bell canteen. A glass brick counter, lined with stainless steel and leather stools, completes the look.

After indulging in a 20” pie, diners can dedicate themselves to Game Over’s collection of classic arcade machines or whatever 80s cult hit is on its big-screen TVs that night.

7065 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028, United States

Game Over is an LA pizza joint that’s straight out of the 80s
Photography via M-Rad
Game Over is an LA pizza joint that’s straight out of the 80s
Photography via M-Rad

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