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Published on May 27, 2024
Lane Park Opens in Old Town Scottsdale with Ice Curling and Global Games on the MenuSource: Google Street View

Old Town Scottsdale just got cooler with the opening of Lane Park, an upscale entertainment and dining locale that's carving out a frosty niche with a novel attraction: ice curling. This 8,000-square-foot indoor space not only presents the traditional bar scene but throws in a twist with its multitude of games, as reported by KTAR News. Lane Park features four ice curling lanes, made with real ice, that come equipped with televisions and overhead cameras for a high-tech take on the traditional game.

Beyond the icy allure, visitors can take a crack at duckpin bowling, axe throwing, and for those craving a dash of worldly flair, games like Sapo, Carrom, and Subsoccer, with the latter serving up soccer fun under your very table, as per details provided by KTAR News. Lane Park's founder Angelo DiNardo aims to "deliver an elevated experience for group gatherings where adults can explore curated games, while enjoying trendy cocktails and unique twists on their favorite classic eats," as cited in a press release.

The food scene at Lane Park doesn't play second fiddle, offering an assortment of shareable dishes including chicken, spicy crab croquettes, and several pizza pie variations, Matt Hearn, the chef at Lane Park, told ABC15. With street corn wedges and apple pie monkey bread on the menu, they're "definitely ready to compete with the food scene out here in Scottsdale," Hearn added.

Located at 7232 E. First Street, Lane Park’s doors open from Monday to Thursday from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m., Friday from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m., and over the weekend from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., catering to all those looking to add a little competitive spirit to their night out with the "experiential games" ranging in pricing from $20 to $40 per person per hour reservations for the various games are suggested, but not mandatory, according to ABC15.