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By David Martin
Editor 

Bowling alley under new ownership

 


The city’s bowling alley recently got a new owner and with it, a new name as well.

Now called The Fish Bowl Bowling Center, the alley will soon see the reopening of its bar and restaurant as well.

Owner Perri  Rubeck said they’ve made a number of renovations to the building to clean and update its look.

“Everything’s getting a new face,” he said.

While a grand opening is being tentatively planned next year, Rubeck plans to have the bar open soon and the restaurant will open in early December.

He said the restaurant will feature a new menu and management familiar with operating Frontier Pies and Cracker Barrel restaurants. Rubeck said they plan to sell holiday pies once the restaurant is opened.

He said the bar features a video jukebox, a 32-square foot infinity mirror, a new dance floor, a free shuffleboard table and new pool tables and dart boards.

He said karaoke will return and plans to host live music at the bar as well. The bar will also host sports broadcasts, along with pregame appetizers and a variety of bloody mary mixtures for their patrons.

The bowling center will also feature three rooms available for rent, including a large banquet room and the Fish Bowl room. He said they’re open to hosting parties now.  

Rubeck said he’s excited to own the bowling alley, saying he believes the community needs a place to go and enjoy themselves. 

“I feel it necessary for the kids and the community to have a state-of-the-art facility,” he said.

 

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