Dallas-based Main Event Entertainment, the nation’s fastest-growing entertainment destination that features chef inspired dining, over 100 virtual and interactive games and state of the art bowling, is open now at Pointe Orlando. As part of its grand opening festivities, Main Event Entertainment at Pointe Orlando has partnered with Toys for Tots, which will be the beneficiary of a $5,000 cash and in-kind contribution as well as remain a drop-off location during the holiday season.
The 45,000 square-foot entertainment complex, the company’s 30th center nationwide and first in Florida, is the ideal place for groups to get together and let their fun out sharing laughs and good times. Main Event at Pointe Orlando showcases the center’s newest design prototype that offers a rich, energetic and social experience for guests. A combination of both natural and contemporary finishes help create an environment that is appealing to both young adults and families. Simply painted raw & exposed structural elements married with abstract iconography helps re-define the brand as well as provide a fun and visually rich environment.
The center features an urban bowl experience & social lounge featuring twenty ice-white lanes and multicolored LED lighting with a focus on young adults to a bright and easy going family experience, a challenging high ropes adventure course suspended over a games gallery with nearly 100 interactive and virtual video games, billiards, big-screen TVs and the first ever free-roam multi-player virtual reality game, V Play Reality.
“Main Event is truly a unique dining and entertainment experience that allows guests of all ages to eat great food, play an assortment of incredible games, engage in exhilarating activities, including the new V Play Reality, free roam virtual reality game, offered only at Main Event Entertainment at Pointe Orlando, said Main Event Entertainment CEO Charlie Keegan. “We are thrilled to open our doors with interactive and immersive experiences in a market as vibrant and exciting as Orlando and we look forward to becoming a staple of entertainment for both locals and tourists alike.”
“Main Event promises to be a favorite Orlando destination for families and young adults alike. The venue is an immersive entertainment experience with a variety of activities for people of all ages,” said Chris Ralph, Vice President of Leasing for Brixmor Property Group, owner of Pointe Orlando. “Main Event’s exciting ‘Eat.Bowl.Play.’ concept adds another one-of-a-kind entertainment option to Pointe Orlando’s strong collection of best-in-class dining and entertainment venues.”
In addition to satisfying guests’ appetite for fun, Main Event Entertainment at Pointe Orlando offers a culinary experience featuring innovative American fare and handcrafted cocktails in a high-energy bar and Italian inspired menu at LaBella’s.
Main Event’s unique Eat.Bowl.Play experience expands to full-service catering with private rooms, free Wi-Fi and the latest audiovisual technology for holiday parties, company meetings, team-building exercises, social gatherings, birthday celebrations and large group events. Corporate events, large or small are well catered for and all areas of the center are designed to seamlessly accommodate any requirement.
The new center is currently booking holiday parties that offer companies and large groups fun, food, games, activity play and private party space all under one roof. Through December 1, Main Event Entertainment at Pointe Orlando is offering a free $100 FUNcard for every $500 booked for a holiday party.
Main Event consistently is ranked the “best place for parties,” offering a variety of party packages to entertain guests of all ages. Main Event centers serve more than 500,000 guests annually and bring nearly 150 full- and part-time positions to their local communities. Main Event Entertainment at Pointe Orlando is currently accepting applications at https://www.mainevent.com/careers
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