Bowling alley returns to OKC's Lower Bricktown

Published Tuesday, May 16, 2017
by Steve Lackmeyer

HeyDay Entertainment is opening its doors this week, bringing a greater variety of food and entertainment to the former home of Red Pin Bowling Lounge.

Red Pin, which consisted of a 10-lane bowling alley, a small bar and restaurant, closed last year after a nine-year run as one of the original anchors at The Centennial in Lower Bricktown. Soon after, developer Randy Hogan announced a deal with HeyDay Entertainment of Norman to open a second location.

The bowling lanes are the only surviving remnant of the old operation. Trey Bates, co-owner of HeyDay, said the ball returns, pin setters and scoreboards are all new with one long LED-lit screen backing all 10 lanes.

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