A bowling-themed restaurant and entertainment center is the third major tenant for the proposed Hanover Crossing complex.
Ryan’s Ten Pin Eatery would occupy 31,790 square feet of the retail and entertainment center. The business would combine a bar and restaurant with bowling lanes and an arcade, laser tag, virtual reality, escape rooms, a golf simulator, an outdoor patio as well as rooms for large parties.
This would be the second Ten Pin Eatery, with the original one located at the Cape Cod Mall in Hyannis.
Mike Crowley, managing partner of Ten Pin Eatery and Ryan Family Amusements, said the PREP Property Group, developers of Hanover Crossing, felt the business would be the good fit for the development.
“We have always wanted to expand to the South Shore and this is the perfect opportunity,” Crowley said.