Entertainment bar brand, Roxy Ball Room, opens its latest venue in Sheffield on Friday August 19.
The brand is well known for its many game options, lively atmosphere and signature cocktails.
The newest bar in the Roxy Leisure portfolio will be in the Telephone House building, which has had many past lives as a popular entertainment venue over the years.
Previously the concert hall of the O2 Academy, Telephone House was also once a ballroom dancing venue and, ironically, a nightclub known as Roxy Disco in the 1980s and 1990s.
The new 15,500 square foot bar will offer multiple full size pool tables, ping pong, shuffleboard, basketball and duckpin bowling.
Roxy will also host shuffleboard, crazy pool, and several high-tech private karaoke rooms for those looking to show off their mic skills.
An American-style cuisine menu of hot dogs, pizzas and mini bites will complement an extensive drinks list, which includes classic and signature cocktails and 16 beers and craft beers.
An eclectic rock and indie playlist will complete the vibe of the new Roxy, which will boost the local economy with 45 new jobs.
Joel Mitchell, Brand and Commercial Development Manager at Roxy Leisure, said: “We have been overwhelmed with the response to the opening of our twelfth Roxy location this month.
“It’s been a long time coming and the Telephone House is the perfect space in the heart of the city, with plenty of room for all the new games we’re bringing with us.
“Iceless curling is proving very popular with bookers as it is something totally new to Sheffield. We look forward to opening and welcoming everyone to play starting August 19th.