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General Questions:

Yes. We wouldn’t be The Truck Bar without a place to park your favorite set of wheels. We’re located in the Webster Square Shopping Center in Berlin, CT across from the movie theater so there’s no shortage of parking in our lot.

Yes, occasionally there is a cover charge, but only on Friday and Saturday nights when we have a DJ or Live band. Also, be aware that many of our games and activities are pay-to-play. Cornhole is free and first-come, first-serve unless you are reserving a private event

Yes to both! This is the 21st century, after all.

Rather watch than play? We have televisions for anyone who wants to just sit back and catch the game.

Yes, we are a family-friendly venue! Just be aware that all kids under 21 must be accompanied by a legal guardian.

Of course, but keep in mind that activities like cornhole and darts can fill up fast, so you may need to wait. Reservations via a private event in one of our garage bays are always recommended for larger parties.

Absolutely! We can host anything from Jack & Jills, birthdays, retirement parties, and private get-togethers. If you have your own creative idea, feel free to call 860-956-5399 for specific accommodations. 

Food & Drink:

Yes, you can fill up your tank on all your favorite beverages at our Sinclair-inspired gas station! We offer a full range of beer, wine, and cocktails, with everything served in cans or bottles.

We’ve partnered with Square Peg Pizzeria to deliver piping hot pizza and apps to our guests. For more information on our food and beverage offerings, check out our menu.

No outside food or alcohol is allowed on the premises, but we’ve got everything you need right here! With artisanal, brick oven pizza and all the beer your heart desires, what more could you want?

However, you can bring cake to celebrate a bday or special occasion…we’re not monsters.


Try not to be…or it could affect how long you get to enjoy your scheduled activity. A good rule of thumb is to arrive 10-15 minutes early so you can review the rules and all that fun stuff. Don’t be the “slow-moving vehicle in the fast lane” who puts the brakes on everyone else’s fun!

Yes! Guarantee a corn hole lane by either booking a party package or reserving a corn hole lane ahead of time. The public is able to enjoy corn hole lanes for free on a first-come first-serve basis during Open Hours as well. Paying for a lane is the only way to claim a spot.

For our cornhole and billiards, please feel free to play as long as you’d like if nobody else is waiting. If people are waiting to play, please take turns — winners stay, losers take a break!

A great mix of retro arcade games, darts, pool tables and more! Bottom line, if you can gather around it with some friends, we’ve probably got it.

All of our arcade games cost $1 per play.

We love competition. So much so that we host weekly cornhole tournaments! These special tournaments include (but are not limited to) the “Ladies Night League,” the “Bring Your Own Partner League,” and the “Switcholio League.” Check out all the details here.

At the Truck Bar of course! To participate, you must sign up in person. Just make sure to show up on time and we’ll get you all set up for the tournament of the day.

We certainly do! Every now and then the talented people at the ACL (American Cornhole League) will gather at the Truck Bar for official league competitions. While these events are not exclusive, you do need to be an ACL member to compete. However, spectators are always welcome! Be sure to check out our events page to attend upcoming ACL competitions.


Concert tickets can be purchased ahead of time on our concert series page OR at the door with cash.

Nope, you gotta respect the music! But you can always come the next day to get your fill of cornhole and games.

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