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New Entertainment Bowling Venue Opening in Greenwood Village

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Pindustry, a 54,500-square-foot entertainment venue, restaurant, and bar will open this Sunday, June 27, at Arapahoe and Syracuse in Greenwood Village.

Pindustry will include two floors of entertainment and dining, including duckpin bowling, traditional bowling, and vintage arcade games. As well as a large outdoor beer garden for live music, and a massive rooftop patio, the Sky Deck, featuring room for 1,000 guests and expansive open-air views that include the Front Range and Pikes Peak.

The owner of Pindustry is Kelmore Development, a Centennial-based firm with forty years of commercial development experience in Colorado. The architect is Studio Lemonade and the general contractor is Saunders Construction.

Total capacity for Pindustry is 2,300 guests, with a variety of offerings for large events. Pindustry’s food and beverage program will focus on an elevated menu of Italian-inspired shareable dishes alongside housemade craft cocktails and an extensive wine and beer list.

A rendering of the bowling lanes at Pindustry

The bowling offerings at Pindustry will include twelve lanes of duckpin bowling—which utilizes smaller balls with no holes and smaller, lighter pins placed at the end of a shorter lane, no bowling shoes necessary—and eleven lanes of traditional bowling. A vintage-inspired arcade will include pinball machines, classic arcade games, and skeeball. Another area has been designated for darts, and upstairs off the Sky Deck there’s a cornhole arena with elevated, stadium-style seating, perfect for tournaments and league play. Billiards, ping pong, and foosball tables are on offer, too.

The Sky Deck at Pindustry will be one of the largest rooftop patios in Denver, with 16,000 square feet of partially covered space, a lengthy bar made from shipping containers, the cornhole arena, and expansive views. The Sky Deck bar will offer ten rotating beer taps, a special drinks menu, and food service from the restaurant, and will serve as a venue for semi-private and private events.

“We researched and visited the most popular eatertainment and bartainment concepts around the country to put together a diverse mix of activities at Pindustry,” said Bob Koontz, owner of Kelmore Development. “We are here to have fun, love each other, and be human.”

Pindustry is located at 7939 E. Arapahoe Rd.Near Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre, Pindustry is the first redevelopment in Greenwood Village’s new Arapahoe Entertainment District, which aims to turn the heavily trafficked area into an entertainment destination.

Pindustry’s programming will include live music in the downstairs beer garden, with a custom stage, 8,500 square feet of outdoor space, and garage doors that create an easy flow from inside. Pindustry will host live music every Saturday night to start, eventually adding live music on Friday nights and DJ sets on the Sky Deck on Friday afternoons and during Sunday brunch.

Grand opening is scheduled for the weekend of July 17, with a soft opening that begins on June 27. To start, Pindustry will open at 4 p.m. on weekdays and at 11 a.m. on weekends, with expanded hours coming soon.

Renderings courtesy of Pindustry

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