MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. – Grand Prix New York Racing/Spins Bowl, Mount Kisco’s premiere indoor racing, bowling and corporate venue, has expanded its arcade, which is the third major addition to the center's offerings in two years.
The upgraded arcade now features around 25 games up from its original seven.
“It’s much bigger,” said Nat Mundy, vice president of marketing for Grand Prix New York/Spins Bowl. “We actually demoed some of the old field offices and put a much bigger room in.”
Debuting in 2008, the venue now has go kart racing on a quarter-mile long track, the 19-lane Spins Bowling alley, which was added in 2011, the Sim Room, which offers a simulated racing experience and was introduced earlier this year, billiards, a restaurant and bar, mini-golf and a bounce castle.
“I think our goal would be to continue adding things that are beneficial both to our clients and us as a business,” he said. Mundy said the company is looking at adding laser tag in 2013 or 2014.
Mundy said the company is also considering pre-selling arcade credits to local charities for half price, which they can then sell to their donors for full price, and the charity will keep the difference.
“One of our goals for the community is to help them raise money whether to support a team or the local Boys and Girls Club or whomever,” Mundy said.
This summer, arcade hours, which are the same as the main facility’s, are Monday through Wednesday from noon to 10 p.m., Thursday from noon to 11 p.m., Friday from noon to midnight, Saturday from 9 a.m. to midnight and Sunday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.