Most people wouldn’t expect to find crab cakes and braised short ribs at the local bowling alley — or bocce courts, for that matter. But officials for two-unit Pinstripes, a “bowling, bocce and bistro” concept, are counting on that novelty to strike the right chord with customers and investors across the country. The restaurant aims to redefine entertainment dining by pairing the versatile bistro menu with games, live music and events, founder and chief executive ...
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