Fowling Warehouse Now Open in Blandtown For Football-Bowling, Elevated Bar Food

New entertainment venue and restaurant is fully open sans its liquor license and with socially distanced lanes.
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Detroit-based football-bowling venue Fowling Warehouse last week opened its Blandtown doors. Fowling [FOH-ling] is a “unique and entertaining game that crosses football with bowling” where players knock down bowling pins with footballs.

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The 25,000-square-foot venue debuted for the first time Wednesday, at 1356 English Street NW., fully-operable sans its liquor license which is in process.

“In addition to this unique and entertaining game that crosses football with bowling, Fowling Warehouse™ Atlanta offers a full bar (We are NOT currently able to sell alcohol. We are waiting on the City of Atlanta to sign our liquor license), innovative food menu and TVs for your favorite sporting events! Fowling Warehouse™ Atlanta will be a great time for everyone,” according to the company’s website.

Lanes, which can be reserved for up to ten people and are currently “socially distanced,” costs $120 for two hours of play. There’s also “open play” with shared lanes on a first-come, first-serve basis, for $10 per person.

The venue holds over 400 people, er-, “Fowlers,” and also can accommodate corporate events and private parties, and boasts more than 40 televisions. On the food side of things, Executive Chef Demetrius Brown has created a menu of appetizers, entrees, and desserts like Smoke Stack Chicken Wings, Fish Tacos, and Apple Hand Pie.

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta, What Now Los Angeles, What Now San Diego, and What Now Las Vegas.
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Mike Holloway
5 months ago

sounds a lot like Pin and Proper at the Beacon which has a similar game called pinfall with footballs and bowling pins

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