restaurant ‘Eatertainment’ seeks to move into registry location | Government and Politics
Crown Point planning administrator Anthony Schlueter said the building’s new owners are planning a complete renovation inside and outside the restaurant, where simulators will be offered for playing golf, baseball, football, basketball, hockey, soccer and video games.
Matt Doran, a member of North Court, LLC and Progressive Dining Group, said the group will take possession of the building on October 1.
Doran said the group plans to open by spring 2022.
“We haven’t really gotten into that yet because he’s still running his business,” Doran said. “So once we get hold of it we’ll have a better idea and a better game plan, but we’ll hopefully shoot by the spring of next year.”
Doran said that while the hours are still being worked out, the restaurant will likely be open until 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday, with adults not starting until 9 p.m.
“We will determine our schedules on weekdays when we allow the kids,” Doran said. “We’re not going to stay open this late in the week. We’re not going to be a bar every night at 2 in the morning.”
There are plans to open the West End Bar & Eatery for lunch and possibly brunch, Doran noted.
Crown Point Mayor David Uran said the venue will not only provide Crown Point residents but visitors with a chance to visit the city and the experience of an entertainment center.