The new complex is more than 42,000 square feet and offers food, live entertainment, gaming and more.“This is great place to share memories, share experiences, be social and competitive and really enjoy each other’s company,” said vice-president of operations and guest experience Christina Kuypers.
The facility includes six lanes of bowling, ping pong, pool, axe throwing and virtual reality.
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The restaurant, called Three10, features a menu of hand-crafted dishes and local beer on tap.
“We host a lot of amazing event, too, both corporate events and private events,” Kuypers said.
Virtual reality is meant to enhance real life, not replace it.
“It’s a great place to bring a bunch of colleagues and get to know each other a bit better.”
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