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Cobb is getting a hip new bowling alley that serves a 5-pound burger


If you've ever wanted to go to the grand opening of a bowling alley in Marietta, then spray those shoes and get ready for free things.

A bowling company named Bowlero is having its grand opening in the old Brunswick's at 2749 Delk Road from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Dec. 10.

They explained the new set up with a lot of buzzwords. Here are some:

It's a "hipster-inspired, retro-awesome venue" with 40 blacklight bowling lanes that features an "interactive arcade" and "hip lounge areas."

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You'll get a $5 arcade card at the event and a free round of bowling.

If you've worked up an appetite from a rousing game of bowling, sample specialties from its "mouth-rageous menu." (The Merriam-Webster dictionary fails society by not having an entry for "mouth-rageous.")

At the grand opening, you may glean the meaning for yourself starting with the "Behemoth Burger."

For the uninitiated, that's a five-pound, 14-inch-wide burger that someone named one of America’s top burgers.

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