of the arcade in the late 1970's
Looking towards the snack
bar. The "8 On The Break" sign is still there!
Pinball was once on the far
side of the snack bar
area looking towards the front, late 1970's
Eight On the Break was founded by Edward Montross in
1973. Ed was WAY far ahead of his time. Many years later
a new generation (me) would take his concept and run
with it! The Family Fun Center was born!
The Break is the longest continually operated arcade in
the United States. Since 1973 we have continually given
our customers the latest in games and the best value in
billiards and food.
Our Customers. The Break has many loyal customers that
come from all over the East. On any given day you can
find people at 8otb from all over the Eastern
Seaboard... The Break is known for having many new games
on test and is one of the Hallmark Dancing and Fighting
game arcades in the country.
Please come and enjoy "The Break" I think you will find
this unusual different family fun center has everything
you could ever want.
American Family Fun Centers Inc