As you've probably seen in your local park, "Pokemon Go" has created a population of phone zombies among us. And this is more than just a passing craze; the Pokemon phenomenon started out as a Game Boy game close to 20 years ago, when most of those aforementioned zombies were just kids bruising each other for trades on the playground.

As you've probably seen in your local park, "Pokemon Go" has created a population of phone zombies among us. And this is more than just a passing craze; the Pokemon phenomenon started out as a Game Boy game close to 20 years ago, when most of those aforementioned zombies were just kids bruising each other for trades on the playground.

But now that we've all grown up, why not pursue nostalgia for our Game Boy days at the bar? That's where this PokeStop pub crawl comes into play. In each bar listed below, you can reload on game supplies while you reload on, you know, booze. Don't feel like crawling? Post up a lure module and stay awhile.

(Designated driver, Uber, Lyft, taxi or a strong set of walking legs required.)

Thurman Café

Thurman Café's heavy-handed (literally) foods provide the perfect base for any crawl. The legendary burger joint has a slew of meat-forward sandwiches and the beer pitcher capability to ensure you leave satisfied for the night, if not days to follow. You'll be more than ready for (or rather, in dire need of) a long walk to pursue that Pikachu that you know is just right around the corner.

183 Thurman Ave., German Village
thethurmancafe.com

Elevator Brewing 13th Floor Taproom

Elevator Brewing's abbreviated location, just a few blocks away from the restaurant, offers a relaxed atmosphere conducive to grabbing a beer and having a good, long sit. And lucky for you, the taproom's nearby mural also serves as a PokeStop. If you're there for the long haul, try swiping the PokeStop for every different beer you drink. This way you'll surely be armed to catch each of the 50-some Drowzees you come across.

165 N. Fourth St., Downtown
elevatorbrewery.com

Oddfellows Liquor Bar

This faux dive bar in the Short North makes for the perfect midpoint base in your crawl, mostly by way of offering a menu of decent cocktails to lighten the hefty beer load you've accumulated thus far (though you can totally continue to wash down craft brews or PBR here). The Short North's also a diverse neighborhood for Pokemon, I hear, so a lure module might be especially effective at the Oddfellows stop.

1038 N. High St., Short North
oddfellowsliquorbar.com

Old North Arcade

This might very well be the most fitting PokeStop on the list. Equipped with phone-charging station and two buildings' worth of arcade games, as well as a vast selection of cocktails and beers for every taste bud, Old North Arcade is sort of a haven for adult Pokemon hunters. The lure modules are always up, and there's a palpable camaraderie among "Pokemon Go" users here. Every once in a while you'll even see two strangers become friends discussing their Pokemon collections.

2591 N. High St., Old North
oldnortharcade.com

The Crest

The Crest offers everything you need in a nightcap: delicious small plates, booze to hold you over until bed and in this case, another PokeStop. While you wait and see what Pokemon Clintonville has to offer, I recommend some truffle chips to go with that one last drink. At this point there should be no excuses for running out of Pokeballs.

2855 Indianola Ave., Clintonville
thecrestgastropub.com