Our memory of this place is totally gone. But apparently there was a Village Inn Pizza chain that had arcades. It was a big enough operation that individual franchises had their own game tokens. Here, a token from the Norfolk, Virginia location at the Janaf Shopping Center. We have it for sale on eBay; click on the picture to see if it is for sale. The pizza shop was apparently owned by Futterman Corp.
Janaf, or Joint Army Navy Air Force Shopping Center, was the main suburban shopping area for post World War II Norfolk.
The only thing we could find on it was that there are documents relating to modification of the pizza parlor at the Library of Virginia. It was store 18 at Janaf. The entry reads:
[Alterations to] Village Inn Pizza Parlor – Permit Number: 20379, Address: 18 Janaf Shopping Center, 1970 Box: 53 Control Number: : 788
Media: Diazo prints; Sheets: 5; Tag Number: 1970-002; Drawn by: Charles H. Thayer, Jr., Consulting Engineer, Six Tidewater Executive Center, Norfolk, VA; Contractor: W. A. Hall and Co., Inc.; Commissioned by: Futterman Corp.;
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