2 posts categorized "Entertainment-FortWorth"

11/11/2014

PINSTACK bowling venue headed to Alliance Town Center

 FORT WORTH _ PINSTACK, a 50,000-square-foot entertainment venue and bowling alley, is headed to Alliance Town Center in north Fort Worth.

Hillwood Properties said Tuesday it has finalized an agreement with Dallas-based Entertainment Properties Group for the project, to be located at the intersection of Hillwood Parkway and Heritage Trace Parkway.

The venue offers full-sized bowling lanes, private lanes and indoor games and attractions. It can accommodate as many as 2,000 people. It will also feature a full-service restaurant.

“AllianceTexas and north Fort Worth, is one of the country’s fastest-growing areas and we are excited to be adding a second PINSTACK location to our portfolio here in North Texas,” said Mark Moore, president and CEO of Entertainment Properties Group, in a statement.

PINSTACK is slated to open in early 2016, Hillwood said.

Entertainment Properties Group is also planning a PINSTACK at the Dallas North Tollway and Windhaven Parkway in West Plano. It is expected to open later this year.

Entertainment Properties Group also operates five iT’Z Family, Food & Fun brand in Texas, New Mexico and Colorado.

_ Sandra Baker

03/23/2012

Hulen Mall wants in on Fort Worth's outdoor dining scene

Hulen Mall wants in on the Fort Worth outdoor dining scene.

The mall has scheduled area jazz bands for 6 p.m.-9 p.m. April 5, 12, 19, and 26, and May 3 on its new Restaurant Plaza, the area on the mall’s east side that has BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse and the new Abuelo’s.

“Party on the Plaza is our way of adding a special touch to the end of the day,” says Debi Martinez, the mall’s marketing manager.

Both restaurants have outdoor dining. The bands will perform on the walkway between the restaurants and the mall.

Martinez said there’s seating in the plaza walkway, and customers are welcome to bring their own chairs.

There’s one more pad site left in the Restaurant Plaza, Martinez said.

The mall’s owner, General Growth Properties, is looking at two options for the pad: splitting it into two restaurants, or leaving it as one, Martinez said.

“I think they expect to have an announcement in the next couple of months,” Martinez said.

- Scott Nishimura

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