Shelbyville welcomes a new business to town as Wilma's Video Gaming Cafe opened two months ago. The cafe is meant to allow those who are focused more on gaming than socializing, music, or drinking, to celebrate their enjoyment of video games, as the entire cafe is fixated on video games. But the cafe does have a class B liquor license that will allow them to sell wine and beer, but there is a limit the cafe will give to each person.
Tom Finks, Co-Owner of Wilma's Video Gaming Cafe said the concept came about by wanting to give the city a relaxing place to enjoy video gaming.
Finks said inside the building you will see the full floor of the cafe is dedicated to video gaming and letting people enjoy their time playing.
Finks appeared on the NEWSTALK WTIM morning show from our downtown Shelbyville studios.