A recently renovated laser tag arena isn’t the only change customers will notice at Edison’s Entertainment Complex.
The restaurant at Edison’s will debut new menu items later this week. Starting Friday, customers can order lobster rolls, lobster tacos, white pizza, huge party platters and more.
Adding more choices to the menu is a part of Edison’s attempt to keep things fresh and exciting for customers, Marketing Manager Tom Rezabeck said.
The complex also wants to become a destination for dining.
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More than 100 people have reserved a spot for the latest installment of an outdoor dining series at Edison’s dubbed Al Fresco Friday.
“We do think of ourselves just as much as a restaurant as we do an entertainment destination,” Rezabeck said. “So we’d like to remind folks that they can come here and just eat if they want to.”
Want to know more about the upgrades? Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening at Edison’s:
In the kitchen at Edison’s, the crew has about 20 new and reinvented menu items to offer. From a lobster roll served hot or cold to steak salad and white pizza, customers will have more to chose from. Trying to stay away from pizza, burgers and fries? The restaurant also has a new section on the menu for wraps and gluten-free items.
In the mood for something sweet? Edison’s will now donate a third of its dessert profits to a non-profit or organization in need.
New laser tag arena
The complex has traded its space-jungle theme arena for an Egyptian motif. Edison’s partnered with an Indiana company to bring the concept to life.
The new arena, which cost about $250,000 to renovate, has two levels and can accommodate up to 24 laser tag players at a time.
Gamers now have 26 new laser tag games to try.
Upgraded party rooms
Sprucing up the party rooms was a part of the project, too. The complex has 10 rooms for private parties.
It’s signature space for gatherings now features a timeline of Thomas Edison’s life and accomplishments. Guests can check out copies of Edison’s patients and portraits now on display.