Pinstripes Looks To Open Next Month at Pike & Rose

Location features restaurant offering Italian menu in addition to bowling alleys


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Pinstripes, a combination bowling alley and restaurant, is set to open in August at Pike & Rose.

Featuring games and a full-service bistro, Pinstripes will begin service at 11920 Grand Park Ave. in the North Bethesda development on Aug. 5, according to a company press release.

The two-story, 37,000-square-foot space will have a "rustic" look and will include 14 bowling lanes and 10 indoor and outdoor bocce courts as well as event spaces for large groups. The restaurant will feature a menu of Italian fare and there will be a wine cellar and an outdoor patio with a fireplace.

“Everything we do is directed toward creating a welcoming environment where our guests can unplug from their computers and smart phones for a few hours, and truly connect with the people who matter most,” Dale Schwartz, Pinstripes founder and CEO, wrote in a press release statement.

It will cost $8 to $15 to bowl for an hour, depending on the time of day. Bowling shoe rentals are $5, while bocce prices are $5 to $10 per hour.

The bistro will serve pizzas, flatbreads, sandwiches and other items as well as wine, beer and cocktails. It also offers catering and delivery.

It will be the eighth location nationally for the brand and the second in the region, after one opened in Georgetown in 2014.

Pinstripes will be the second bowling alley-cum-restaurant to open in the area this year. Lucky Strike, which has 12 lanes and seating for about 150 diners, opened in March in Bethesda’s Westfield Montgomery mall.

Pinstripes will be open Mondays through Thursdays 10 a.m. to 11 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays 10 a.m. to 1 a.m. and Sundays 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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