A new Pinstripes opened in Chicago (Streeterville) and we went to check it out last week. It has a great restaurant space in the front with outdoor seating in the back:
11 bowling lanes including 2 private lanes:
There are 5 indoor and 2 outdoor bocce courts as well as party rooms. Reservations are recommended for bowling and bocce, but walk-ins are also accepted.
Did you know that Pinstripes hosts parties where kids can make their own pizzas? The chef comes out to shows the kids how to flatten the dough into a pizza, spread the sauce and sprinkle toppings. Then they can bowl or play bocce while their pizzas are being baked to enjoy them while they finish their game.
There is street parking available; my family parked on the street for $8. There is also a parking garage across the street and Pinstripes validates the parking so the fee ends up being $16.
Pinstripes in Chicago has live saxophone music on the weekends, family play dates, clubs and leagues, wine dinners, beer tastings, Sunday brunch and activities for all ages.
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