If the traditional coffee shop feel isn’t right for you, and you need to get a little afternoon work done, don’t worry much longer.
Benjamin and Max Goldberg announced their latest entrepreneurship adventure of a new hangout spot in Rolling Mill Hill.
The Goldberg brothers, the brains behind The Catbird Seat and Patterson House, announced the plans to open Pinewood Social in the historic trolley barns this fall. Pinewood social will consist of a bowling alley, pool, karaoke rooms, shuffleboard and a diner.
The new hangout spot is based off of Ray Oldenburg’s book “The Great Good Place,” and plans to combine all of the traditional elements of popular hangout places like restaurants, coffee shops and hotel lobbies.
The new spot will have traditional dining tables as well as comfortable living room areas so every guest is comfortable. There will be six wood bowling lanes that are reclaimed from an old bowling alley in Indiana. Private karaoke rooms, for those who don’t have as much courage to sing “Don’t Stop Believin” in front of a crowd of strangers. This indoor space will flow into an outdoor patio that will have a four-foot-deep swimming pool.
Pinewood Social will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and for late night options. The menu will be designed by The Catbird Seat chef Josh Habiger and modeled after traditional American diner food.
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