Plans for a new B.R. arcade, bar and restaurant concept announced
With the goal of bringing Baton Rouge "endless entertainment" at a single locale, a new concept called Quarters—essentially a combination bar, restaurant, arcade, bowling alley and laser tag venue—is expected to open in October at the corner of South Sherwood Forest and Coursey boulevards. Keidrick Alford of Baton Rouge-based IDEA Development, which represents Quarters, says the entire complex will measure nearly 40,000 square feet. The venue will consist of a restaurant with seating for 150, 10 bowling lanes, an 8,000-square-foot laser tag arena, a 4,000-square-foot arcade, and a bar "that is fit for hundreds." Quarters founder Ryan Curtis says, "There is no place like it in the state of Louisiana, and that's what makes Quarters so special," in a release announcing the concept's launch. A number of grand opening events are planned, as well as a party predating the opening for those who sign up for email updates, "like" the Quarters Facebook page and/or follow it on Twitter. You can learn more about Quarters and stay up-to-date on its progress at its Facebook page here.
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