Ryan Family Amusements and Chapin’s Restaurant Group are teaming up to open the Ten Pin Eatery at the Cape Cod Mall in Hyannis, Mass. The facility will include 11 bowling lanes, a private three-lane area for parties, a two-story laser tag arena, an arcade with 50 games, a full-service Chapin’s Restaurant and a full-service bar.

Ryan Family Amusements dates back to 1958 when James A. Ryan opened an eight-lane bowling alley under the Post Office in Needham, Mass. Today, the company operates six bowling facilities — a mix of tenpin, candlepin and duckpin — along with three game locations.

“Food and fun for everyone!” has been the Chapin’s Restaurant Group’s mantra for success. The company delivers fresh, quality food in a fun and casual atmosphere, and supports its local community in a number of ways. “It’s our intention to offer our customers a memorable dining experience that will make them come back again and again,” a Chapin’s spokesperson says.

Cape Cod Mall, the Cape & Islands’ only indoor, regional shopping center, is anchored by Macy’s Apparel, Macy’s Men/Home and Sears, along with Best Buy, Marshalls and Barnes & Noble. The mall is home to nearly 90 shops, a 400-seat international food court and a Regal Cinemas 12-theater megaplex.

Construction on the Ten Pin Eatery, which will take over several storefronts in the Macy Men’s wing of the mall, is expected to begin this fall, with a spring 2018 opening planned.

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