• Venue Spotlight: Andy B’s Bowl Social

     
    POSTED August 12, 2019
     

    Social Outing

Looking for a new spot for a team party? Andy B’s Bowl Social, a new entertainment facility in Denton, is now open for business. Located in Rayzor Ranch Town Center directly behind the Denton Convention Center, it offers a mix of social games and attractions, including bowling, laser tag, an arcade, virtual reality and classic table games (think Jenga). It also offers a full-service restaurant serving chef-driven American eats, craft cocktails and mocktails, and a large local draft selection. Larger groups can buy out the space, and private event space is available. If you’re interested in team-building, Andy B’s will even provide you with a team facilitator.

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