Looking forward to an exciting night out when lockdown lifts?
This adventure bar could be just what you need after months stuck at home.
Boom Battle Bar, which has a location in Norwich, is opening 20 new venues in the UK this year.
Unlike traditional pubs, these offer fun activities like Bavarian axe throwing, indoor curling, augmented reality darts, shuffleboard and beer pong.
It also has street food options and a range of “Instagrammable” cocktails you can sip while snapping pictures with friends.
According to Essex Live, one of the venues opening up in Lakeside and is expected to be highly popular.
Announcing the news of the new bar, Richard Beese, Co-Owner of Boom Battle Bar said: "We are very excited to be coming to this incredibly popular centre.
“Our offering is very unique and oozing with fun which is exactly what we all need after the last 12 months.
“We will also be creating around 25 new jobs for the surrounding communities.”
“We will be situated next to our sister company, Flip Out, which makes this extra special.
"We have a further 20 sites coming this year and it is safe to say Lakeside will be one of the best performers.”
Steve Gray, Head of European Retail Asset Management at Global Mutual, said: “We are delighted to welcome an exciting new name to the centre, and to renew terms with some of our valued existing brands.
“Lakeside remains prime retail and leisure space, and brands continue to be drawn to us – for our high footfall, as well as the support we can offer as we navigate an uncertain period.
“Despite the continued disruption brought by lockdowns, physical retail remains a central pillar of brands’ long-term strategies, key to driving sales online as well as in-store.
"We have seen continued interest in our space from prospective tenants and have a number of further exciting deals in the pipeline.
“All of this means we continue to make excellent progress against our three core strategic objectives – improving rent collection, securing our anchor tenants’ leases and adding exciting new footfall drivers to our centres."
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