Bowling and Bocce Spot Eying Reston Location

by Karen Goff May 27, 2015 at 1:15 pm 5 Comments

Pinstripes/Courtesy PinstripesPinstripes, the national bowling and bocce spot that has a location in Georgetown, is getting closer to two Northern Virginia locations, its CEO says.

Dale Schwartz, Pinstripes CEO, told the Washington Business Journal the Chicago-based company is close to signing a deal for a Tysons Corner location. He also said he is looking for a Reston location.

Schwartz did not elaborate on the exact location for either Virginia Pinstripes. He also said the openings could be a few years away. He said Tysons would open in late 2017; Reston two years after that.

Pinstripes already has a deal in the works to open in the new Bethesda Pike & Rose complex in 2017.

The Georgetown Pinstripes opened in late 2013. The company said shortly afterward it would like a Tysons and/or Reston location.

The 32,000-square-foot Georgetown Pinstripes, at the old Georgetown Park site, has bowling, bocce, a full bar and restaurant, and large space for special events.

  • Mike M

    Holy Toledo! The marketplace will feed the bocce mania!

  • Wings!!

    This is good news… but it’s still not a Hooters.

  • Ming the Merciless

    If only Tall Oaks weren’t slated for redevelopment, they could put Pinstripes in the grocery store space. Then all the geezers from the assisted living facility could hobble (or mobility scoot) over for a game of bocce every afternoon. Perfect solution!

  • Greg

    We are gonna get #$%@#$#@$V bocce one way or another. Chew will be so delighted.

    • Knotso Much

      I think it’s great! Because a business is going to build it and pay for it, not us.


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