If you're looking for a new place to have some fun, and maybe play a game of Skee-Ball, the latest bit of craziness for families just opened across from Tulsa Hills on Highway 75.
“Eat, bowl, play.” That's the motto of Main Event Entertainment, and it delivers on all of it.
District Manager, William Harbour said it has a full service kitchen and menu, a walk-up pizza kitchen and a bar for the older folks.
There's also a series of interactive games projected on the floor and 22 state-of-the-art bowling lanes.
"We're excited to be in Tulsa. This is a growing area, it's fun to come into these areas as the community is growing and be part of that," Harbour said.
You also find a multi-level laser tag area, more than 100 interactive and virtual games and a challenging gravity ropes course suspended over the games gallery.
Tuesday was opening day and they donated $2,500 to the Sand Springs Tornado relief effort before they cut the ribbon.
Main Event is open really late or really early, depending on your point of view, on Friday, Saturday and Monday nights.