Pin Strikes Bowling Center on Sheraton Drive in Macon will have 28 lanes for bowling, laser tag, video games, rock climbing wall, billiard tables and other games. The restaurant and lounge will provide beer, wine and other alcoholic beverages.
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Pin Strikes Bowling Center on Sheraton Drive in north Macon is expected to open by the end of September. It will include a restaurant, lounge, 32 bowling lanes, laser tag, bumper cars, climbing wall and game rooms.
Linda S. Morrislmorris@macon.com
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