Posts tagged with "Suburban Lanes"

Suburban Lanes seats up for sale

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt August 3, 2015

People with fond memories of the Suburban Lanes bowling alley have a chance to remember it every time they sit down. The owners of Twain’s, who have bought the alley and plan to reopen it as Comet Pub & Lanes this fall, have put the vintage bowling alley chairs up for sale on The ad […]

Twain’s unveils new name for Suburban Lanes

Posted by Dena Mellick June 30, 2015

By Dena Mellick, Associate editor The owners of Twain’s have unveiled the new name of Suburban Lanes Bowling Alley, which they have purchased. The new bowling alley will be called The Comet Pub & Lanes. The bowling alley already has a Facebook page. The About page says “Coming Soon! The Comet Pub & Lanes! Check […]

Owners of Twain’s purchase Suburban Lanes Bowling Alley

Posted by Dena Mellick May 28, 2015

This story has been updated. By Dena Mellick, Associate editor Suburban Lanes Bowling Alley, once in danger of closing permanently, has been sold to new owners. What’s more, those owners are quite familiar with doing business in Decatur. Ethan and Uri Wurtzel and General Manager Ben Horgan own Twain’s Brewpub & Billiards. They announced on the pub’s website […]

Suburban Lanes closes, Cozy Burger leaving Suburban Plaza

Posted by Dena Mellick May 8, 2015

By Dena Mellick, Associate editor Suburban Lanes Bowling Alley quietly closed its doors Sunday night. Trisha Walker, owner of Suburban Lanes, along with her husband Thomas Walker Jr., confirmed the closing in an email, saying Sunday was their last day of business. The Walkers had petitioned to keep Suburban Lanes in Suburban Plaza, which is […]

Bowl over? Owners want Suburban Lanes to stay

Posted by February 23, 2015

By Dena Mellick, contributor The owners of Suburban Lanes want the community to help keep the bowling alley in Suburban Plaza. Thomas Walker Jr. and his wife, Trisha, spoke with Decaturish about their petition to keep Suburban Lanes in Suburban Plaza. Walker’s father bought the bowling alley 15 years ago, and he purchased it from […]

Suburban Lanes bowling alley campaigns to stay in Suburban Plaza

Posted by February 7, 2015

By Dena Mellick, contributor Suburban Lanes Bowling Alley has created a petition to campaign to stay in Suburban Plaza. Selig Enterprises, the developer of Suburban Plaza, says it cannot keep the bowling alley at the shopping center. At a Decatur Heights Neighborhood Association meeting on January 27, Bill Stogner, a senior vice president with Selig […]

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