Sunday Funday now consists of brunch and bowling. At Pinstack, guests can pregame rounds of bowling and arcade games with drinks and bites at the alley’s full-service bar and restaurant. Pinstack has recently added a full brunch menu, available to the Saturday and Sunday crowds from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
On the drink menu are Texas brunch favorites, including bloody marys and mimosas. Given the fact that we are currently in the holiday season, I highly recommend ordering the mimosa carafe with cranberry juice, as opposed to the traditional orange. The cranberry juice adds a crisp, fruity, tart kick to the champagne, dialing down the booze flavors.
Pinstack’s brunch menu, for the most part, is surprisingly pretty healthy. Perhaps the most health-conscious brunch plate is The Energizer, which is avocado wheat toast (you know, the reason millennials can’t afford to buy homes), grapes, an arugula salad, and eggs cooked your way.
Even the Chicken and Waffle Sliders aren’t as heavy as they sound. Yes, they are four fried and breaded pieces of chicken, each sandwiched between two mini fluffy, cakey waffles, but the portions are just right, and not excessive. Plus, the sliders come with a serving of fresh fruit, to balance out all of that meat, bread, and sugar.
While we opted not to order dessert, Pinstack favorites like the 7-10 Split and milkshakes are available for purchase at brunch time.
Games and Activities
With everything Pinstack has to offer, you and your friends could set aside an entire day and not do the same thing twice. From state-of-the-art bowling lanes, to bumper cars, to laser tag, to an LED rock climbing wall, this place has everything you could possibly imagine.
6205 Dallas Pkwy, Plano
- Monday – Thursday: 11 a.m. – 12 a.m.
- Friday: 11 a.m. – 2 a.m.
- Saturday: 10 a.m. – 2 a.m.
- Sunday 10 a.m. – 12 a.m.
More: 972.781.2695 | pinstackbowl.com