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Johnny Rockets GameRoom Opens at Sawgrass Mills

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Johnny Rocket's and GameRoom have partnered to open a giagantic 20,000 square foot restaurant, bar, and arcade at the former GameWorks site at The Oasis at Sawgrass Mills Mall in Sunrise.

The restaurant portion will feature an expanded Johnny Rockets menu that includes Monterey Chicken, Center Cut Rib Eye Steak, and Baby Back Ribs in addition to Johnny Rockets' signature burgers, shakes and fries.

The Arena Sports Bar features 25 flat-screen high-definition televisions for game watching and a full bar.

The game room has dozens of high-tech games, including motion simulators

and games of chance. Prizes range from stuffed animals to iPads (we

can't even imagine how many games of skee-ball have to be played to win

one of those).

Join the GameRoom e-club to receive a free one-hour video game card with a $10 purchase here.

GameRoom is open seven days a week for lunch, dinner and late night dining.

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