Fundamental Event Entertainment will open store No. 2 on Aug. 28, at 8514 State Highway 151 at Cable Ranch Road on the city’s far West Side, in the Monterrey Village improvement.
The organization is going to pack a ton of fun into its 58,000-square-foot space — including a gravity ropes course, laser label, billiards, arcade diversions, restaurant and, obviously, playing — in a rear way decked out with dark lights, haze and lasers.
“Primary Event is an incredible spot for families and companions to unite, have a fabulous time and make memories that will keep going a lifetime,” says Main Event Entertainment CEO Charlie Keegan. “With everything that our new San Antonio West focus offers, we plan to turn into one of the city’s top goals for dynamic stimulation, eating and FUN.”
The Dallas-based chain made its presentation in ahead of schedule 2012 — taking a 48,000-square-foot box at the Legacy that was once involved by Salt Lake City-based Sportsman’s Warehouse.
The Legacy is found at northeast corner of Loop 1604 and U.s. Interstate 281 North on the city’s far North Side.
With its new far West area, in any case, Main Event went an alternate course. The ground-up venture is found side by side with one of the most recent restaurants for Austin-based, Tex-Mex chain Chuy’s.
The set up will permit the two venues to play off of one another, clarifies Walt Busby, president of San Antonio-based Central Texas Realty & Development LLC. He is administering the advancement of Monterrey Village.
Both Chuy’s and Main Event are additionally illustrative of the new vitality that Busby and his customers have had the capacity to bring to what had been a long-lethargic undertaking, as Busby noted in a meeting with the Business Journal in April: “We are animating advancement around the entire site.”
Among the principle occasions at the fabulous opening festival of the new Main Event will be a presentation of a $5,000 check to Boys and Girls Club of San Antonio; and comments from Texas State Representative Jose Menendez, San Antonio District 6 Councilman Ray Lopez, West San Antonio Chamber of Commerce President Gabe Farias and Main Event’s Keegan.