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Ten Pin Alley in Hilliard Reveals 37,000-Square-Foot Expansion

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Hilliard’s Ten Pin Alley has revealed its 37,000 square foot expansion this week, following six months of closure for construction and remodeling. The bigger facility features a kitchen and restaurant that have doubled in size, 24 new bowling lanes, a two-story laser tag arena, two bocce courts on a new 3,000 square foot patio, an arcade, and a private party space that has eight of the new lanes and its own bar.

“We feel fortunate to have the opportunity to share with the community our dream for Ten Pin Alley,” said Sarah Purdy, owner of Ten Pin Alley, in a press release. “We are investing in our community and in our families with this renovation, and we are pleased to offer entertainment space which brings people together, whether they are family, friends or co-workers.”

Ten Pin Alley’s expanded kitchen has a new wood stone oven, which will allow guests to watch as their pizzas are prepared. A menu of appetizers, sandwiches and burgers will be available as well, all made “from scratch with many locally sourced ingredients,” said Sean Rogers, the general manager.

The changes aren’t merely aesthetic — Ten Pin Alley has added new packages for parties, and daily promotions, specials and events have been introduced as well, including All You Can Bowl, Burger and Brew, and 80s Night in the Brooklyn Side.

“We have always been a destination for office parties, events, birthday parties and more,” said Andy Beougher, Director of Sales and Marketing, in a statement. “With the added space and activities, we will be able to offer more options to our guests and still deliver a fantastic experience.”

Ten Pin Alley has also announced its support for three local charities through a new philanthropic program, Heart & Bowl. The program will donate 2 percent of total sales from 2018 to benefit the Hilliard Food Pantry, Action for Children, and Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Central Ohio. Which charity the money goes to will be up to the guest, who can make the selection during their purchase. Heart & Bowl is projected to generate more than $80,000 in donations by the end of the year.

For more information, visit tenpinalley.com.

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