Here is an exciting opportunity to own a well-established family entertainment center and restaurant. Established in 1953, the business is an iconic landmark for family fun and activities.

The business offers multiple forms of entertainment for all ages, from bowling, laser tag, and arcade games with prizes, to video gambling and a full bar. They also offer pizza takeout and delivery, and are just as sought-after for their quality food and specialty pizza as they are for their attractions.

The current owner has been running the company for 40 years. While he has loved the experience, he’s seeking to sell the business in order to spend more time with his growing family.
A note from the Seller: “I want to share with the buyer the fun and thrill that I’ve had with this business. I want a new owner to succeed and be successful with this business!”

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