After exploding in Detroit, Football Bowling has finally arrived in NY!!!
Football and Bowling collide in America’s Newest Sport QB Ball!
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Decked out in tropical wallpaper and neon lights, this retro hangout is not only home to indoor shuffleboard and bocce courts, there’s also vintage arcade games, a private karaoke room, and a constant rotation of events that ranges from an end of summer blowout to candle making. They also have weekly trivia nights on Wednesdays. Beverages tend to lean toward the tiki persuasion, with a rum-heavy menu of fruity, floral cocktails. At the Snack Shack, food takes on a concessions vibe with playful fare like Totchos — nachos that substitute tater tots for tortilla chips, as well as flatbread pizzas, wraps, and build-your-own hot dogs. And though this food is often meant for carnivores, plenty of items can be veggie-substituted.
Troy — 50 Franklin St, 518.326.1972
Located at Factoria at Charles Point in Peekskill, this brewery doesn’t just whip up stellar beers, it also shares a space with Spins Hudson, one of the most entertaining venues in the Valley. Indoor shuffleboard and bocce courts, plus a sprawling arcade with VR, top industry games, indoor and outdoor aerial ropes courses, and the crowning jewel: laser tag! Let your inner kid roam free, and then bell up to the bar at River Outpost and remember why it’s great to be an adult with brews like Skillbilly IPA and Toad Alley, an extra special bitter English style beer. Food spans a nice variety of snacks like crispy fried fish tacos to salmon Caesar salad to the full-on herb marinated chicken breast paillard.
Peekskill — 5 John Walsh Blvd, 914.788.4555
MIDDLETOWN Apr 21, 2018 – Tom Roome remembers his reaction last May, when childhood friend Ari Lehman asked him to co-found a football-bowling business in New York.
Roome was somewhere between dismissive and derisive when Lehman began gushing about investing in fowling. It’s a fledgling sport, popular in Michigan, where players topple each other’s bowling pins by throwing footballs.
“I said, ‘Ari, you’re out of your mind,’ when he first called, and I hung up the phone,” said Roome, who still lives in the Village of Warwick. “I was concerned about his mental well-being.”
A year later, the pair is working toward a Memorial Day weekend opening for QB Ball in more than 10,000 square feet of Middletown’s former Clemson Brothers Hacksaw factory on Cottage Street, next to the Clemson Brothers Brewery. Read more of the article here...
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