Add yet one more gaming bar and restaurant idea to the rising checklist of comparable adult-centered leisure eating venues now discovered on Atlanta’s west facet. The 3rd Spot, a gaming venue providing meals, cocktails, and loads of sport choices, opens early subsequent 12 months on the rising Works advanced on Chattahoochee Avenue.
Taking up a renovated industrial constructing on the property, the third Spot will characteristic an awesome quantity of gameplay to select from, together with bowling; billiards; shuffleboard; ping pong, a number of garden video games with a slide on the patio (sure, a slide); and a traditional arcade. There’s even a beer backyard and social membership with DJs, if video games aren’t of curiosity or of us want to flee from the sensory overload right here.
As for meals, a press launch signifies folks ought to anticipate “globally impressed small plates” paired with cocktails and different grownup drinks matching the “indoor/outside design vibe” of the third Spot. Moreover, a cellular app ought to assist navigate the method of ordering and paying for meals and drinks between video games.
The third Spot joins a number of related gaming and eating venues close by, together with High Golf simply off of Chattahoochee Avenue on Ellsworth Industrial, Fowling Warehouse on English Avenue, the Painted Duck on Brady Avenue, and newly opened mini golf bar and restaurant Puttshack on the Interlock on Howell Mill Street.
And the Works location is probably not the final one deliberate for metro Atlanta. Proprietor AMP Up1 Hospitality is eyeing not less than two, presumably three, extra space places for the third Spot, with the aim of opening 10 places over the subsequent 5 years in North Carolina, Florida, and Illinois.
The Works complex, an 80-acre overhaul of several warehouses bordering the Underwood Hills and Blandtown neighborhoods, debuted earlier this 12 months off of Chattahoochee Avenue. Chattahoochee Food Works meals corridor, a full-service outpost of Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q, and a second location of Scofflaw Brewing, together with a variety of retail retailers, are already open on the advanced.
California-based breakfast and brunch restaurant the Waffle Experience, Brash Kitchen cafe, from the house owners of Brash Espresso and Cease Assume Chew chef Julia Kesler Imerman, and a third Atlanta-area location of canine park and bar Fetch Park ought to open inside the subsequent few months. The Works may even finally characteristic 500 residences, a boutique resort, and extra retail retailers as soon as absolutely accomplished.