Check out this newest entertainment spot
The 50,000-square-foot space, which opened quietly last week, houses 28 lanes, a full-service restaurant, a coffee bar, and an arcade/game room that rivals the likes of Dave and Buster’s.
Pinstack is the first of its kind in North Texas, though crews are expected to begin construction soon on a second location in Alliance Town Center in Fort Worth.
The first noticeable feature at Pinstack is the restaurant dining room, a naturally lit area with an open kitchen and seats for about 140. For being a bowling alley, the menu doesn’t look bad either. Offerings, created by chef Adam Holt, include hummus, parmesan fries, kale salad, salmon and burgers made with fresh ingredients. Pinstack makes its pizza dough from scratch and Prowell promises seasonally rotating items. Better still – you can order from the full menu alley-side.
Picture more than 100 games crammed into a 7,000-square-foot space — it’s enough blinking lights to make your head spin. Classic games, such as Skee Ball and Cyclone, tuck in next to newer inventions like giant Connect Four and an ice cream crane game.