Upscale bowling and entertainment center hopes to locate at former Hoover Whole Foods

(810 Billiards & Bowling)

Regional businessman Shafiq Samji has secured a letter of intent to open Alabama’s very first 810 Billiards & Bowling—a Myrtle Beach based amusement cafe concept—at the former Whole Foods spot in Hoover.

No stranger to the leisure business enterprise, Samji and his companions opened the Altitude trampoline park in Pelham again in 2019. Lately, they secured tax abatements to develop a 60,000 amusement pleasurable heart in Moody.

Higher Close Bowling

In an job interview with Bham Now, Samji instructed us the Full Meals site is approximately 50,000 square toes. He also described 810 Billiards & Bowling as “high close bowling—not like your typical bowling alley at all.”

“This idea is quite special, with a good cafe and many attractions.”

The site will have the following:

  • Sporting activities bar
  • Gaming stations
  • Traditional bowling spot
  • Board online games
  • And billiard tables, of class!

Samji hopes to open up up to eight  810 Billiards & Bowling places in the region.

His team expects to function intently with the city of Hoover on any doable zoning matters that might come up concerning the Total Meals web-site, which has been closed since March, 2020.

Whole Foods
Crowds in line for Entire Meals opening, Hoover. in 2017 (Whole Food items Hoover Fb).

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Pat Byington

Pat Byington

Longtime conservationist. Former Govt Director at the Alabama Environmental Council and Wild South. Publisher of the Bama Environmental News for a lot more than 18 decades. Occupation highlights include actively playing an lively job in the creation of Alabama’s Eternally Wild method, Little River Canyon Nationwide Maintain, Dugger Mountain Wilderness, preservation of exclusive areas all over the East via the Wilderness Modern society and the strengthening (making much more stringent) the point out of Alabama’s most cancers chance and mercury specifications.

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