Are you tired of movie theaters that don’t allow you to summon a waiter with the push of a button?
Do you find it frustrating when you enjoy a nice dinner out, but there’s no place to zip-line immediately afterward?
Would you like to slip into virtual reality for a bit, then return to enjoy a cold craft beer poured from a tap?
Then we have some good news.
You’ll find all of this and more at the 90,000 square feet entertainment complex coming to Newbury, just off of Route 50 in South Fayette.
Newbury’s owners announced last week that Texas-based Cinergy Entertainment will build one of its namesake entertainment centers in South Fayette.
According to various reports, the facility will include a zip-line, an upscale, 11-screen movie theater, a “boutique” bowling alley, a virtual reality arcade, at least two dining areas, and massive TVs everywhere.
Cinergy currently operates four similar facilities in Texas and one in Oklahoma.