A cool new place to hang out is coming to New Jersey. How does bowling, bocce and Italian-American cuisine sound? What a fun and unique spot to go for a night out and it's opening soon in Bergen County.

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There are 15 locations across the country and now the very first Pinstripes is coming to Paramus. We're just weeks away. It opens February 16th at Westfield Garden State Plaza.

13 bowling lanes, 3 bocce courts and a full service bistro all in one spot. Love the idea of a little family friendly competition. It's also great you can enjoy dinner and a fun activity all in one location.

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Photo by Michelle McEwen on Unsplash
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NJBIZ states:

"The menu – conceptualized by Chief Culinary Office Cesar GuGutierrez and Executive Chef Douglas Geraghty – focuses on house-made classics as well as rotating seasonal specialties prepared with fresh, locally sourced ingredients and desserts. Additionally, the bistro will serve wine, craft beer and handcrafted cocktails."

According to the article, they're offering free lunch and 50-percent off dinner February 16-23.

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NJBIZ goes on to state:

Pinstripes will bring more than 30,000 square feet of sophisticated fun to Westfield Garden State Plaza and will provide Paramus residents and visitors with a fantastic new destination to dine, play and celebrate with friends and family,” said Pinstripes founder and CEO Dale Schwartz. “We’re excited to welcome our first guests in New Jersey to experience a modern twist on dining, entertainment and events.”

With the cold and wet weather we've been having here in New Jersey this winter it's great to have something fun to do indoors.

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