Take a pre-renovation tour of the Art Deco-era Coca-Cola Bottling Company plant on Mass Ave in Indianapolis, the future home of the multi-use Bottleworks district. The district will offer places to work, live, eat and entertainment. (August 2017)
Pins Mechanical duckpin bowling alley in Cincinnati, pictured here, has cocktails and old-school games like foosball, pinball, ping-pong and bocce ball. (Photo11: Submitted photo)
An old-school entertainment bar with duckpin bowling, foosball, pinball and pingpong has joined the lineup at the Bottleworks District.
Ohio-based Pins Mechanical Company plans to open its first Indiana location at the former Coca-Cola bottling plant, 850 Massachusetts Ave., in 2020.
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With the motto “when life gives you balls, play with them,” Pins will serve an array of craft beer and cocktails. Kids will be welcome until 8 p.m.
Pins is owned by Rise Brands, a development firm that also owns 16-Bit Bar+Arcade arcade bar. The company will open its fifth arcade bar and first in Indiana soon at the base of mixed-use apartment building The Whit, 307 N. Pennsylvania St.
Also coming to Bottleworks is Living Room Theater, a movie theater that specializes in a mix of local, international and independent movies.
The $300 million Bottleworks development includes 11 acres of entertainment, restaurants, residences, a food hall and hotel along Mass Ave.
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