Lane change — Marietta bowling/dining facility to employ 85 people
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Brunswick’s, which offers a combination bowling and dining experience, is entering the Atlanta area with two new locations in Marietta and Norcross.
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Brunswick’s, which offers a combination bowling and dining experience, is entering the Atlanta area with two new locations in Marietta and Norcross.
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A computer rendering of the exterior of a Brunswick’s bowling-dining location. Dining is offered through the company’s Tavern ’45 restaurant concept which will operate adjacent to an upgraded bowling alley.
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A computer rendering of the exterior of a Brunswick’s bowling-dining location. Dining is offered through the company’s Tavern ’45 restaurant concept which will operate adjacent to an upgraded bowling alley.
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From staff reports

MARIETTA — Brunswick’s, which offers a combination bowling and dining experience, is entering the Atlanta area with two new locations in Marietta and Norcross.

Dining is offered through the company’s Tavern ’45 restaurant concept, which will operate adjacent to an upgraded bowling alley.

The Marietta location is in the final leg of construction and will open in mid-June at 2749 Delk Road.

The Marietta location will employ about 85 people, including five managers and 80 hourly team members, said Emily Gober, a spokeswoman for the company.

“We are continuing to hire for all hourly team member roles and invite interested candidates to visit brunswicks.com to learn more about existing openings and apply online,” she said in an email. “Opportunities exist for servers, bartenders, guest service associates, cooks, dishwashers and food runners.”

The existing Brunswick Zone bowling alley on Delk Road is being renovated and upgraded to the new concept.

“We’re thrilled to introduce the new Brunswick’s concept to the Atlanta area,” said Brunswick Bowling Retail president Jim Fox. “We designed a place where guests will want to socialize and connect with family and friends through group activities.”

The expanded 40,000-square-foot facility on Delk Road will feature completely remodeled interiors with upgraded bowling equipment and a decor designed to encourage socialization and connection, according to a company news release. The design incorporates plush furnishings and mood lighting for an “enhanced bowling experience,” states the release.

The menu at Tavern ’45 offers American pub fare, including the signature chicken & white bean chili and Vietnamese pork belly tacos as well as arugula and goat cheese salad. Entrees include Thai red curry chicken hand-stretched pizza.

Tavern ’45 will offer a full bar with a focus on local craft beer including Sweetwater, Terrapin, Monday Night, Red Brick, Mother Earth and Lazy Magnolia

Both locations are now hiring.

Hours are Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to midnight and Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.

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