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Set forth below is the text of a news release disseminated on June 6, 2003:

                                  NEWS RELEASE
                                                           For Immediate Release
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                                               Investor Relations - 214-904-2288

                      VOTE "FOR" THE DAVE & BUSTER'S SLATE

DALLAS (JUNE 6, 2003) - Dave & Buster's, Inc. (NYSE: DAB) today announced that
it has sent the following letter to its shareholders:

June 6, 2003

                            DAVE & BUSTER'S SLATE --



Dear Dave & Buster's Shareholder:

Over the past days and weeks, we have had the pleasure of speaking with many of
you - hearing your thoughts, responding to your questions, and discussing Dave &
Buster's plans and prospects. Since our annual meeting is next Tuesday, June 10,
we wanted to remind you to vote FOR the Dave & Buster's slate of directors on
the WHITE proxy card. And we wanted to remind you of some of the reasons why we
believe our three nominees - James "Buster" Corley, CEO and COO; Peter Edison,
Chairman; and Patricia Priest, a new independent director and Audit Committee
Chair - deserve your vote.

         o        Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS), the nation's
                  foremost proxy advisory service, recommends that shareholders
                  vote FOR our slate in its entirety, writing in its analysis
                  that "we believe the current board deserves a chance to
                  execute its plan and deliver results."

         o        Renaissance Capital, one of our largest shareholders, has
                  publicly endorsed our slate, citing its approval of our
                  corporate governance changes and our commitment to further
                  link management compensation to improved financial
                  performance. In addition, as a further indication of its
                  support, Renaissance withdrew its shareholder proposal to
                  explore a potential sale of the Company.

         o        Our governance changes have been significant - among other
                  things, we added three new highly qualified independent
                  directors with public board experience, two of whom qualify as
                  financial experts under the language of the Sarbanes-Oxley
                  Act; created completely independent audit, compensation, and
                  nominating and corporate governance

                  committees; dropped the co-CEO designation; and separated the
                  chairman and CEO roles.

         o        We further aligned the compensation of top management directly
                  to the Company's profitability, with significant reductions in
                  compensation if goals are not met.

         o        We are pursuing a thorough and comprehensive business plan to
                  control costs, increase revenue and reduce debt - a plan that
                  is already showing results despite a difficult economy. As a
                  result, in early May we reconfirmed our EPS guidance for
                  fiscal 2003 in a range of $0.77 to $0.85.

We know that our job is to get Dave & Buster's back on track, to demonstrate the
enduring strength of a unique restaurant and entertainment concept, and to build
and deliver value to shareholders that is significant and sustained. We are
committed to achieving those goals.

We also know that a dissident shareholder - Don Netter of Dolphin Limited
Partnership - has spent a lot of time and money sending you materials
criticizing Dave & Buster's on many fronts. We disagree with much of what he has
said and object to what we believe are his distortions of past history. However,
in an attempt to resolve our disputes and avoid the costs to our shareholders of
a proxy contest, we did offer him a board seat. Mr. Netter chose not to accept
our offer, and instead has chosen to run three candidates against our slate in
next Tuesday's election.

We believe that election of the Dolphin slate would divide, distract and disrupt
the Board at exactly the time when our efforts have begun to demonstrate real
progress. We do not believe the Dolphin slate has the necessary industry
expertise, company knowledge, or long-term view of value creation to serve your
interests. Please use the WHITE proxy card to vote FOR the Dave & Buster's slate
- - Buster Corley, Peter Edison, and Patricia Priest. This election is critical
for the future of your investment, and every vote is important. Please let your
vote be counted!

We look forward to continuing our dialogue with you in the future. Thank you for
your support.


Peter Edison                James "Buster" Corley       David "Dave" Corriveau
Chairman of the Board       CEO and COO                 President
Dave & Buster's, Inc.       Dave & Buster's, Inc.       Dave & Buster's, Inc.

                              About Dave & Buster's

Celebrating over 20 years of operations, Dave & Buster's was founded in 1982 and
is one of the country's leading upscale, restaurant/entertainment concepts, with
32 Dave & Buster's locations throughout the United States. Additionally, Dave &
Buster's has international agreements for the Pacific Rim, Canada, the Middle
East and Mexico.

                           Forward-Looking Statements

Certain information contained in this press release includes forward-looking
statements. Forward-looking statements include statements regarding our
expectations, beliefs, intentions, plans, projections, objectives, goals,
strategies, future events or performance and underlying assumptions and other
statements which are other than statements of historical facts. These statements
may be identified, without limitations, by the use of forward looking
terminology such as "may," "will," "anticipates," "expects," "projects,"
"believes," "intends," "should," or comparable terms or the negative thereof.
All forward-looking statements included in this press release are based on
information available to us on the date hereof. Such statements speak only as of
the date hereof. These statements involve risks and uncertainties that could
cause actual results to differ materially from those described in the
statements. These risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, the
following: our ability to open new high-volume restaurant/entertainment
complexes; our ability to raise and access sufficient capital in the future;
changes in consumer preferences, general economic conditions or consumer
discretionary spending; the outbreak or continuation of war or other hostilities
involving the United States; potential fluctuation in our quarterly operating
result due to seasonality and other factors; the continued service of key
management personnel; our ability to attract, motivate and retain qualified
personnel; the impact of federal, state or local government regulations relating
to our personnel or the sale of food or alcoholic beverages; the impact of
litigation; the effect of competition in our industry; additional costs
associated with compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and related regulations
and requirements; and other risk factors described from time to time in our
reports filed with the SEC.

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