Boutique bowling experts Lane7 have set their sights on Glasgow. Originally the St Enoch Centre was to be occupied by Treetop Adventure Golf, but plans have changed and now Lane7 are set to take up residence.
Lane7 are masters of the classy night out; with balls. Gorgeously designed gaming arenas accompanied by plentiful food menus and an ample drinks offering.
Most Lane7 venues offer a wide variety of activities including ten pin bowling, American pool, mini golf, ping pong and beer pong. But why don’t you really let loose in their bespoke karaoke booths. There’s nothing better for relieving stress than belting out a couple of power ballards.
A number of Lane7 venues also host DJs at the weekends, including in Leicester and Sheffield. Plus you’ll find other little gems hidden around like the Lane7 Photobooth and the odd video game dotted here and there.
Lane7 know the importance of keeping you well fed and watered. Their sites offer high-end street food from vendors including: Fat Hippo (burgers), Yardbirds Chicken, What’s Your Beef (burgers), Deckards (Bao buns), Thai Express (curries to noodles), and The English Indian.
The bar is fully stocked with a dazzling array of cocktails, mocktails, shakes, slushes, wines, beers, ciders and spirits, which I guess might be necessary to get you into that karaoke booth.
You’ve got a wee wait to get into the Glasgow site, currently scheduled for opening towards the end of 2022. However, their Aberdeen site is set to reopen on 21st May and their new Edinburgh site is due this summer.
If you want to see what other social play venues you could try, why not check out The Play List: Scotland.