There are currently 12 Roxy Leisure venues across the country. Roxy Ball Rooms are synonymous with offering indoor ball-based games in their urban, street style venues, yummy pizzas, gorgeous cocktails and quality craft beers. Now, Roxy have their sights set on opening a venue in Edinburgh.
The plan is to take over a basement site on Princess Street, where BHS used to be. Once the transformation is complete, you’ll be able to get your fam / date / work pals together to enjoy six bowling lanes, two duckpin bowling lanes, ten American pool tables and five ping pong tables.
Once those doors open why not kick your night off with one of their signature cocktails? I’m looking forward to, Baby Got Back Spin (Absolut vodka, pineapple juice, mango puree, lime juice & agave) and Sudden Death (Bacardi Rum, Amaretto, grenadine, orange Bitters, lime juice, Coco Real & pineapple) YUM. The bar menu comes with a great range of cocktails, shots, beers and spirits – so you can get totally relaxed and ready to rumble.
When you’re in need of some fuel you can grab yourself a Roxy Pizza with a side of Mac N Cheese Bites. Pizza options include the classic Margherita; Pepperoni; Meat Feast and BBQ Jackfuit.
Following on from the £7.5 million investment from private equity firm, Foresight, Roxy Leisure are planning to open two new venues every year. They got off to a flying start with their flagship site, The Cornerhouse, Nottingham. With 21,000 sq foot to play with this supersized social play venue has it all: pool, ping pong, bocce, karaoke rooms, ice curling, crazy pool, duck pin bowling, ten pin bowling, shuffleboards and beer pong tables. It’s phenomenal! If you don’t believe me, check out their teaser video on their Facebook.
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Image: Roxy Ball Room, Digbeth