Frank Entertainment to Open Two Mega Entertainment Complexes in the Fall
Revolutions to open in City Place.
Revolutions via Facebook
Two new entertainment complexes are slated to open in Palm Beach county this fall containing bowling, live music, movies, food, games, and drink.
Revolutions Bowling Bar & Grille is scheduled to open this fall at 700 S. Rosemary Avenue, taking up several spaces including the former Macy's location. This entertainment complex will feature a restaurant, a sports theatre with over two dozen LED screens, a full-service luxury sports bar with premium alcohol, 24 bowling lanes, a video arcade, and a live theatre and concert venue -- all under one roof.
The restaurant will serve standard family-friendly fare including crab
cakes ($7.99), mozzerella sticks ($6.99), buffalo wings ($8.99), and
burgers ($8.99). A kids menu features items for $4.99 and a weekday
happy hour will offer half priced appetizers, $2 draft beers, $3 well
drinks, and domestic bottles at two for $5.
Revolutions is scheduled to open sometime this fall.
Construction is underway for the new Frank Theatres.
Frank Theatres via Facebook
scheduled to open in the brand new Delray Marketplace (9025 W. Atlantic
Avenue) in November, 2012. The complex will feature 10 state-of-the-art
theatre screens including two IMAX theatres. The Cine Grille will also
offer 10 bowling lanes, a bar and full-service restaurant.
entertainment complexes are owned by Jupiter-based Frank Entertainment
which has owned over 150 theatres, restaurants, arcades, and bowling
centers since it was founded in 1906 by Samuel Frank of Philadelphia.
two entertainment centers are expected to bring a boost of much needed
jobs and family-friendly activities to Palm Beach county.
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