Introducing Revel and Roll

. November 1, 2015.
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Colonial Lanes has undergone serious renovation,  changing their concept and name, introducing Revel and Roll. The Ufer Family’s newest venture has their eye on creating a premier destination for families and the college crowd looking for a fun night out. The renovation includes a bunch of new features, with the biggest change being the addition of a brand-new spotless arcade, complete with over 90 different games. A featured game-card system tracks player progress with points redeemable for a prizes. Also featured is a completely remodeled restaurant with a new and exciting menu. For returning fans, don’t worry—  traditional favorites from the old restaurant will still be available. The bowling alleys remain with the new, state of the art private bowling suites installed last year. Designed for the whole family, a date for the grand opening has yet to be set, but as construction moves along we will provide you with all the details.

Revel and Roll, 1950 S. Industrial Hwy.
734-665.4474 | revelandroll.com

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