OPEN FOR BUSINESS: Bowling alley with disco, bar and pizza
DUST off your bowling shoes because the Spinners Bar and Bowl in Caloundra opened its doors today.
Boasting five lanes, a fully licensed bar, disco tunes and homemade pizza, the newest night-life destination is open seven days a week from 10am.
Owner Trish Mullins said her and husband David had brought the new attraction to town with Colleen and Fred Minehan all the way from Mansfield, Victoria.
Seeking a sea change at the start of the year the couple moved to the Coast and started renovating the building on Bulcock St.
Trish said the fitout had exceeded all their expectations.
With a a jukebox, arcade games, night-glow lighting and a dance floor, it's a bowling alley with a difference.
"It looks awesome," Trish said.
"We've got LED lights and strips everywhere that change colour.
"It will be hard to walk past without coming in, the entire roof is lit up and you really have to see it to believe it at night."
The bowling alley has a liquor licence until midnight and Trish said they had already taken bookings for Christmas parties.
"It will just be a great night out," she said.
"We had plenty of success in Mansfield and the location here is great."
She said the food being served was also top of its class.
"We've got a really good guy making our pizzas, they're a European style, he said you haven't tried pizzas like this unless you'd been to Italy," she said.
Trish said they would also be serving coffee and during the day the dancefloor would be covered in carpet with extra seating.
She said it would be a fun night out for families and those wanting to have share a drink and a dance.
A league will start in the New Year for people wanting to try their hand at a local competition.
The Spinners Bar and Bowl will be open from 10am seven days a week at 97 Bulcock St.