Lane Park

A one-of-a-kind dining and adult activities concept Lane Park opened its doors two weeks ago in Old Town Scottsdale from Las Vegas’s Lane Park Hospitality. Guests stopping in will enjoy shareable plates from local chef Matt Hearn and cocktails from a menu created by Las Vegas mixologists. When not enjoying the shareable bites and beverages guests can play interactive games and activities including Duck Pin Bowling, “bar style” Ice Curling, Ax Throwing and more or you can watch your favorite teams on any of the big screen TVs. The activities and games were inspired by games from around the world and cost from $20 -$40 per person.

“We are thrilled to welcome everyone in and introduce the Lane Park concept to the thriving experiential and culinary scene in Scottsdale,” says Angelo DiNardo, Founder and Managing Partner. “Our goal is to deliver an elevated experience for group gatherings where adults can explore curated games, while enjoying trendy cocktails and unique twists on their favorite classic eats. I’ve spent over two decades working in the Las Vegas hospitality scene and teamed up with top Vegas mixologists to curate and introduce a stellar cocktail menu for our guests.”

On the menu at Lane Park

Chef Hearn’s menu includes plates between $15- $20 and include Chicken Benders, Frybread Tacos (pictured) Spicy Crab Croquette, Chef’s Mezze Platter, Movie Pop Street Corn Wedges, Nonna’s Pizza Pies (Truffle Veggie, Steak Medley and Chicken and Waffle) and sweet treats to enjoy like Apple Pie Monkey Bread, Funnel Cake Fries and a signature Dessert Charcuterie Board. Specialty cocktails include Specialty cocktails like “Up All Night,” “Garden Party” and “Day At The Park” and are priced between $15 – $19.
Lane Park is at 7232 E. 1st St. Scottsdale 85251 and is open to the public on Monday – Thursday (4 – 10pm), Fridays (4 – 11pm), Saturdays (11am – 11pm) and Sunday (11am – 10pm) and is available for corporate events and private parties. For more information visit their website.
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