The first time I went to Pinz it was with a few of my friends to scope the place out for a going away party. The atmosphere is really comfortable- lots of open space and comfortable couches, darts, pool tables, bags, bowling, a bar, televisions. They have a good bottled beer selection, the standards on tap, and they mix a pretty good cocktail. I stuck with my standby vodka drink but they do have a specialty cocktail menu with bloody marys, martinis, and margaritas. We sat at the bar and I shared a buffalo chicken wrap & sweet potato fries with my friend, and both were very tasty. Prices all very reasonable. We decided to go ahead and have my friends going away party there and planned it for last night- Pinz was REMARKABLY easy to work with on this. We had plenty of space, a great server, and they checked in with us often to make sure we were doing well. All the people we dealt with were friendly and attentive, and quick to get us what we needed. Their pizza is a good deal and it's great- I'd go back just for that crust! A couple other people ordered the Pinz platter to share, and my brother ordered some appetizers. Everyone seemed to like what they got, no one had any complaints. It's way better than the typical bowling alley fare for sure. I'm looking forward to going back and trying some of the other things on the menu (and some of their specialty cocktails.) I don't go bowling much, but from what my group was saying their bowling prices are very competitive. Half the lanes have couches to sit on and the other half have tables (we chose the tables so we could fit more people.) They put up bumpers and got out the ramp for our friends who brought kids. Even if you're not much of a bowler, it's a great place to hang out. We had a lot of fun and they took really good care of us.
I decided to bring my daughters, their Godmothers and Grandmother out to eat for a fun Ladies Night Out on Friday, May 9th to celebrate together for Mother's Day. We got there at 7pm and had a blast listening to the piano bar and dancing. The Piano player was friendly to my 8 & 12 year old daughters , encouraged us to dance when no one else was out there and sang Frozen songs. The dinner menu is limited but delicious and our server was fast and efficient and obviously enjoyed serving her customers. At the end of the evening, right about 9pm, the staff allowed my 8 & 12 year old daughters to go all the way to the top of the sky deck to see the amazing view. I'm so glad we did this instead of a boring, too busy, brunch on Sunday. You might not think of this as a place for children but between 5-8 pm, it's not very busy at all and my girls really liked getting dressed up, having dinner and being part of the show!! We might have to do a Tween Birthday Party Here!