The Wild Game Entertainment Experience will host their Longmont grand opening on Friday, Feb. 24, at 2251 Ken Pratt Blvd. The 28,000 square-foot restaurant and entertainment venue features upscale dining, two bars, bowling, billiards, darts, bocce ball, ping pong, shuffleboard, foosball, cornhole, an expansive video and redemption game arcade, live music, corporate meeting space and private party rooms, as well as a second-story open air deck with amazing views of the Rocky Mountains.
“We’re really excited about opening a truly unique venue in this great community,” said Dave Wilson, who developed the Colorado-based Wild Game Entertainment Experience with business partner Sean Lynchin in 2014. “We’ve worked hard to fine tune our original concept in Evergreen and plan to expand this unique dining and entertainment experience to select locations along the Front Range,” he added.
Four local charities, Longmont Humane Society, OUR Center, A Woman’s Work and the Education Foundation of St. Vrain Valley, will benefit from the grand opening as well. The Longmont location will be donating a portion of its proceeds for four consecutive Sundays to these charities, starting with A Woman’s Work on February 26.
The Wild Game combines several different experiences under one roof. The restaurant will offer full-service, casual dining featuring classic American fare, made fresh daily from scratch. Open for lunch and dinner, The Wild Game will serve a selection of entrées, appetizers, handmade burgers, sandwiches, salads, pizza and desserts.
There are two bars –the main bar downstairs adjacent to the restaurant and the Loft bar upstairs –serving signature cocktails and mixed drinks, specialty martinis, and 24 beers on tap. The Wild Game also offers an extensive wine list and premium liquor selections including a wide variety of bourbons. Happy Hour is Monday through Friday from 3-6 p.m., with draft beer, cocktail and wine specials and half-priced appetizers.
The Clubhouse inside The Wild Game offers a separate sports and entertainment venue, with darts, foosball, cornhole, ping pong and shuffleboard tables and an indoor bocce ball court, surrounded by HDTVs and large projector screens ideal for gathering to watch sporting events. More darts, cornhole, foosball, ping pong and shuffleboard tables and a billiards table are located upstairs in the Loft. The Clubhouse also has a custom-built stage and dance floor for live music, and the venue will be announcing upcoming acts after the grand opening. Additionally, there are separate meeting and banquet rooms that are divisible and can be easily partitioned for private parties, company events, weddings and gatherings, even during normal business hours.
For kids and adults alike, The Game Zone has dozens of high-tech video and prize games, and a redemption counter stocked with a large selection of fun prizes. There are also eight regulation-sized bowling lanes equipped with a state-of-the-art scoring system, LED lighting and a huge 22-foot projection screen at the end of the lanes. Bowlers can contact The Wild Game for pricing and league play information.
“We’re thrilled to bring The Wild Game to Longmont, and to be opening a venue that promises great food and entertainment for adults as well as the entire family,” said General Manager Charles Curtis. “Whether you’re looking for a fun night out with friends or family, or a meeting venue for the entire company, The Wild Game will make sure everyone has a great time,” he added.
The Wild Game Longmont will be open Sunday through Thursday 11 a.m.-11 p.m. and Fridays & Saturdays 11 a.m.-1 a.m. For more information, call (720) 600-4875 or visit thewildgamelongmont.com .