Opening Dates Announced for Corner Alley Uptown

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As construction winds down on the third component of Uptown in University Circle, opening dates have been announced for the splashy new Corner Alley bowling facility. Located near the intersection of Euclid Avenue and Ford Drive (11409 Euclid Ave.), the two-story entertainment venue will be similar but not identical to the original downtown in the East Fourth Street neighborhood, which opened in 2006.

The contemporary 23,000-square-foot complex will feature 17 lanes, a restaurant and two bars spread across two levels. The restaurant will serve an Italian-inspired menu overseen by Todd DiCillo, Director of Culinary for MRN Hospitality Group. DiCillo also manages the food ops at Zocalo, Tudor Arms Hotel and the downtown Corner Alley.

A massive front-side patio, located just outside the glassy two-level façade, will offer great views of the new Museum of Contemporary Art and the bustling corridor.

The soft opening is slated for Friday, November 28, with the official grand opening following on Wednesday, December 3.

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