The business, which also operates the Roxy Ballroom brand, said its 11th site overall would open in Union Street and will boast a capacity of 350 customers, alongside its biggest range of entertainment options so far.
It will have eight full-sized bowling lanes, batting cages for sports such as baseball and cricket, shuffle boards, karaoke booths, full-sized pool tables, beer pong, arcade games and ice-free curling.
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Roxy Leisure commercial manager Joel Mitchell said: “Bristol is an exciting and vibrant city, full of creative individuals who love to have fun. We’ve been wanting to join the bustling night life here for a while; we’re excited about bringing our competitive gaming concept to a new audience.”
The opening, which will create 45 jobs, follows successful launches for the business in Manchester, Birmingham, Nottingham, Liverpool and Leeds.
In October last year, Roxy Leisure announced it was to relocate its Roxy Lanes in Leeds from Bond Street to The Light on The Headrow.
Up the ante
At the time, brand development manager Joel Mitchell said: “While the Bond Street venue was a great starting point for us, it’s now time to up the ante and we’re delighted to be able to expand and offer our customers even more of that Roxy Lanes experience.
“So many people want to catch up with friends or relatives or even have work socials and Roxy Lanes encapsulates that spirit of fun and brings people together. It’s a huge venue that has enabled us to add more games and a bigger bar area. It’s a cool venue with welcoming staff and some great games to get involved in – 2022 is going to be a cracking year for Roxy Lanes.”