Pinstripes: Strikes Open

Pinstripes founder and CEO Dale Schwartz, neighborhood commissioner Bill Starrels, Vornado-Charles E. Smith's Mitchell Schear and Ward 2 councilman Jack Evans cut the ribbon to get the party started.
Robert Devaney
Pinstripes founder and CEO Dale Schwartz, neighborhood commissioner Bill Starrels, Vornado-Charles E. Smith's Mitchell Schear and Ward 2 councilman Jack Evans cut the ribbon to get the party started.

Pinstripes, the Italian-American restaurant and bowling alley-bocce court at the Georgetown Park shopping complex, opened Feb. 8. Next to the C&O Canal at Wisconsin Avenue, Pinstripes takes up 34,000 square feet on a first and second floor. It has 14 bowling lanes, six bocce courts, a bistro and wine cellar, outdoor patios and event space. It can accommodate up to 600 people. There is even an outdoor fireplace with blankets available.

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