Chicago-based bowling restaurant Pinstripes to open near Disney World

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Chicago's restaurant-meets-bowling alley Pinstripes is coming to the area of I-Drive near Walt Disney World.

Menu items that can be expected from the restaurant include wood-fired pizzas ranging from Buffalo chicken to prosciutto and fig; seasonal gelato, like triple chocolate brownie or pistachio, and plenty of wine and craft beers.
And of course, there will be a bowling alley and bocce, also known as Italian lawn bowling, for guests to partake in.



According to a report from the Orlando Business Journal, Pinstripes signed a lease for a 28,000-square-foot space in Vineland Pointe. That nexus of chains on Daryl Carter Parkway was the planned home for the axed Alamo Drafthouse, and currently hosts a Cheesecake Factory and a Walk-On's. Updates on the opening date are to come.



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