Uptown Alley Celebrates Grand Opening

Uptown Alley has officially opened in Chesterfield County. The $21 million entertainment complex is not a typical bowling alley. “I have a hard time finding the right words to describe what it is,” said Steven Moore, who co-owns the venture with his wife, Cassie, and Uphoff Ventures.

The 57,000-square-foot facility includes 38 lanes of bowling, a game arcade, pool tables and a upscale causal restaurant. The top floor has a lounge with a fireplace and a full service bar called The Rotunda.

Steve Uphoff president of Uphoff Ventures and Moore’s father-in-law, said, “We are a destination for Chesterfield County as an entertainment, restaurant and bowling facility.”

Chesterfield’s Matoaca District Board of Supervisor, Steve Elswick addressed the crowd and thanked the project’s developers for building a first class facility.

The complex is expected to generate about $8 million a year in taxable sales. One-hundred-forty new jobs were created as a result of the project.

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