Cape & Plymouth Business
Posted April 24, 2018
Ten Pin Eatery has officially open its doors for dining, play, and all things fun! The brand new 25,000 square-foot entertainment complex at Cape Cod Mall began welcoming customers at 3 PM Monday afternoon. Regular hours begin as of Tuesday.
Ten Pin Eatery is a joint venture between two long-time Cape Cod businesses – Chapin’s Restaurant Group and Ryan’s. It features a 300-seat restaurant and bar area, more than twenty TVs and several large projection screens, 8 lanes of ‘Ten Pin’ bowling, 3 additional private bowling lanes, a Cape Cod-themed laser tag arena, an arcade area and a VIP lounge for special events.
“We initially conceived of the project back in 2016 so to see it finally come to life is rewarding,” said Michael Crowley, General Manager of Ryan’s and one of the principals of Ten Pin Eatery. “It’s been a collaborative process between the team at Ryan’s and Chapin’s every step of the way. We’ve also had the tremendous support of Cape Cod Mall, Simon Property Group and the Town of Barnstable. We especially want to thank Mike Santos of Apcon Inc. and the many, many people who worked on the project along the way. We’re thrilled to finally take down the construction barricade and invite everyone inside.”
The interiors feature a clean classic look, complemented by the warmth and texture of stone and wood. Several local artisans were commissioned to design installations. Steve Swain of The Frying Pan Gallery in Wellfleet created a grand chandelier for the main entrance, as well as several wall installations featuring his signature steel fish. The bowling lanes are flanked by two huge murals depicting the Sagamore bridge at night and the Sandwich Boardwalk, both photographs taken by Mike Bows of Plymouth. The lanes also feature a blown glass showpiece of six pins and a bowling ball created by Bryan Randa of Randa Glass in Sandwich.