Michael Schiess, owner of Lucky Ju Ju Pinball in Alameda, Calif., where vintage machines rule the day.
Schiess shows off the guts of a pinball machine he is maintaining.
Jem Gruber, self-described docent and "the Friday night guy" at Lucky Ju Ju Pinball, shows off a silver pinball.
A young, hip crowd plays pinball on vintage machines.
Lucky Ju Ju Pinball owner Schiess shows off the art on Bally's classic "Captain Fantastic" machine.
Lucky Ju Ju Pinball signage offers adults $10 all-you-can-play pinball.
Schiess works on one of Lucky Ju Ju's machine.
Kitschy icons at Pinball Mac's in Berkeley, Calif.
Rahsan Young plays Pinball Mac's Queen of Hearts game.
Pinball Mac relaxes with a beer in between games.
Vintage machines at Pinball Mac's reflect art and aesthetics of mid-20th century America.
A Southeast Asian sculpture with vintage machines in background at Pinball Mac's.
Pin-up art is a popular image on vintage machines at Pinball Mac's.
Visitors to Pinball Mac's also can try their hand at target practice.
Entertainment and humor is everywhere you look at Pinball Mac's garage of fun.
More quirky decor at Pinball Mac's.