Sometimes board games don’t go too well with beverages and food, as sticky fingers and liquids can be dangerous for cards and components. But these 10 games combine foods and games perfectly! Play them on Tabletopia, and try not to get hungry or thirsty in the process 😉

 

Drinks

1. Vinhos Deluxe

1–4 Players; 60–150 Min

 

In  Vinhos, the players are winemakers in Portugal and will develop their vineyards and produce wine to achieve maximum profit. The object of the game is to produce quality wines that can be exchanged for money or victory points. Awake your senses and have fun making and selling your own wine.

2. Viticulture

1–6 Players; 45–90 Min

 

In Viticulture, the players find themselves in the roles of people in rustic, pre-modern Tuscany who have inherited meager vineyards. They have a few plots of land, an old crushpad, a tiny cellar, and three workers. They each have a dream of being the first to call their winery a true success.

3. Beer Empire

2–4 Players; 60–120 Min

 

In Beer Empire players become owners of small, local breweries and true beer enthusiasts who fiercely fight for their market share and compete for recognition of their craft beers at beerfests. In order to achieve their goals, they create recipes of beers they brew making sure each has proper characteristics.

 

4. Dragon Brew

2–4 Players; 60–120 Min

 
Welcome to Dragon Brew! Each player takes on the role of a head brewer trying to gain victory points by winning prizes with their brews at the annual beer festival. The player with the most victory points at the end of the game is the winner.

 

5. VivaJava: The Coffee Game: The Dice Game

2–4 Players; 20–40 Min

 

Players of VivaJava Dice take on the roles of employees at the VivaJava CoffeeCo., scouring the globe for the best beans to keep the company on top while keeping themselves one step ahead of the rest of the executives.

Starters and Dishes

6. Cheesonomics

2–5 Players; 20–30 Min

 

Cheesonomics is a cheesy original card game that incorporates strategic set collecting, memory, and hand management to control and manipulate the supply and demand of various types of cheese from dairy markets throughout North America.

 

7. The Cook-Off

4–6 Players; 25–30 Min

 

In The Cook-Off  the most talented and selfish chefs duel to find who is the best. Be careful, opponents will try everything to beat you… The objective is to be the best and more productive cooker in the contest!

 

8. Burger Up

2–4 Players; 15–30 Min

 

Burger Up is a card matching puzzle game about the art of burger making. Fill orders, earn prestige and be the best burger chef around! Players strive to become the most prestigious restaurant by building the biggest Burgers and by using the best ingredients.

Desserts

9. Go Nuts for Donuts!

2–6 Players; 20–30 Min

 

Go Nuts for Donuts is a fast-paced card game for the whole family with just a sprinkle of strategy. Outsmart your opponents and collect donuts hot out of the oven for points. But beware, if two players go after the same donut, than no one gets it!

10. Robots Love Ice Cream

2–6 Players; 20–30 Min

 

In Robots Love Ice Cream: The Card Game your mission is to take control of an ice cream truck and use matching sets of weaponized ice cream to ward off the enemy robots and save the gelato and the world!

 

Bon appetite, and see you at the table!

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