• Pinstack Announces Las Colinas Location

     
    POSTED July 25, 2017
     

Pinstack, the state-of-the-art bowling, dining and entertainment venue, has announced the opening of its new Las Colinas location.

The new location has 53,000 square feet and 28 state-of-the-art bowling lanes as well as a private VIP bowling area. The venue has lane-side food and beverage service, and a two-level laser tag arena, rock climbing wall, high-ropes course and hundreds of video games and simulators. With a capacity of 1,800 and separate dining and entertainment areas for private parties as well as onsite meeting spaces, Pinstack is a perfect resource for business and corporate groups.

The opening of the Las Colinas was celebrated at a VIP event attended by community leaders, supporters and the Pinstack executive team. Pinstack made a donation to the Salvation Army of Irving and Irving Cares at the event.

“We look forward to being a good community partner,” says Mark Moore, president and CEO of Entertainment Properties Group, Inc. “We are confident the Las Colinas community and surrounding areas will enjoy Pinstack’s many entertainment amenities, dining options, and more.”

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