The Painted Pin in Atlanta
The Painted Pin is a new and exciting venture in Atlanta. Located in the Miami Circle, it features an upscale bowling alley, cocktail bar and restaurant, along with indoor bocce and skee-ball courts. It’s located in a converted industrial warehouse and is the brainchild of William Stallworth, a former bartender who left the industry to follow his wife to the land of the free.
The Painted Pin is an offshoot of Painted Hospitality, a small Atlanta based company that specializes in entertainment driven concepts. This includes the aforementioned cocktail bar and bowling alley, along with other establishments such as the Barclay’s Club, the upcoming Virgil’s and the soon-to-open Rooster’s. In addition to its food and beverage offerings, the venue will also boast an impressive indoor gaming courtyard, along with custom Chesterfield couches and a slew of automated bumpers and lane markers.
The Painted Pin will be serving up a number of beverages in its upcoming beverage program, including craft beer, wine and an assortment of cocktails. Several of the signature concoctions will have a high tech touch, such as automatic bumpers and LED lit drink glasses, in the hopes of adding a dash of sophistication to its already impressive array of amenities.
In addition to the aforementioned aforementioned cocktail bar and bowling alley, The Painted Pin also features several other interesting tidbits, such as a slew of indoor bocce and skee-ball machines, and a bar and grill with Naples-style wood-burning pizza ovens. To round out the experience, the venue is home to a state-of-the-art valet parking system, a surprisingly large outdoor patio, and a private event space with eight bowling lanes and flat screen televisions.
While it may not have the most lavish of menus, the Painted Pin is a unique and fun destination for all ages. On the weekends, you can get the best of both worlds as you tee off on a slew of lanes, sip on a libation and dance your heart out to the live DJs that can be found on a regular basis. When it comes to the dress-up department, you’ll want to stick with the more classic attire, with no headbands and baggy clothing allowed.