Revolutions at Saucon Valley to Cut Ribbon Jan. 24

The Lower Saucon Township entertainment venue's official public opening at 7pm, Jan. 24 will follow a 2-hour VIP Grand Opening Celebration that is to include a ribbon-cutting ceremony and live entertainment.

Although a "soft opening" was reportedly held Jan. 11, the much-anticipated official grand opening of a Dave & Buster's style entertainment venue called Revolutions at Saucon Valley is planned for the evening of Thursday, Jan. 24, according to an invitation that has been circulated.

A private VIP Grand Opening Celebration will begin at 5pm and include a ribbon-cutting ceremony and live entertainment by Chris "Breeze" Barcynski, according to the invitation, which indicates that the 40,000 square-foot facility will house a bowling alley, a full-service restaurant, two bars, video and prize games, and a sports amphitheatre.

When it opens, Revolutions at Saucon Valley will occupy the former Regal Cinemas multiplex in the Saucon Square shopping center on Route 378 in Lower Saucon Township.

Regal closed in July 2011, on the heels of the closure of the Pathmark supermarket in the same shopping center.

Revolutions began a hiring blitz for its newest venue in the fall, after a liquor license transfer was approved by township council in August.

For more information about Revolutions at Saucon Valley, visit www.RevolutionsEntertainment.com.

M. J. January 13, 2013 at 08:19 PM
Went there Saturday morning with my 2 kids ages 2 1/2 and 5 and a friends kids ages 8 and 5. Had a great time. The waitstaff was attentive, the bowling lanes were nice, the game room was good too. We didn't eat anything, but the food that was served to others around us looked very good. Can't wait to go back!
Robby Weaver March 21, 2013 at 12:44 PM
Sorry I can't leave my entire review, this site said I can only have 1500 characters and my comment was under 1000 but it still would not let me post, good job to this posting page, "NOT". Anyway Revolutions is very missmanaged, food was crap and overpriced for what you get. Took us an hour from the time we entered the door before we could boul and it was not crouded. We then went to the restaurant to eat and were told it was a 20 to 25 minute wait. I looked into the restaurant and said with a smile, but over half of the tables are empty. She went on to explain to me that because the kitchen serves the entire complex, when they get backed up the restaurant can’t accept anyone till they get caught up. WOW, so we went up to the arcade to use our $35.00 in credit which took about 15 minutes with 2 boys at $5.00 a game. Oh and my 10 year old slipped on a knife on the floor of the restaurant on his way to the bathroom and it was still laying on the floor when we left 15 minuts later. Nice looking place but very mismanaged.
Andrew Wilt March 21, 2013 at 01:26 PM
Last weekend I stopped in around 6 p.m. with a friend to check out Revolutions and possibly eat dinner. We walked all through it to see what they had and saw that it was really geared for children and young people or 30ish couples with children. While checking it out we noticed at least 10 empty tables for two so we figured that we would give the food a try. However, the Maitre d' told us the wait would be an hour and 45 minutes. ??? We left and had dinner elsewhere.


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