The sign says it: "Yes We are Open." After a year of construction and delays, the dining, bowling and revelry venue on Anderson Ln., a few doors from Cover 3, opened last Wednesday. I stopped in and visited briefly with Exectuive Chef Reggie Ferguson (see photo) who gave me a tour of the spanking new place. My first impression is it is like the Highball on South Lamar, only a notch above. It is a handsome place.

IMG_0684The menu includes entres like Wood-Fired Beef Tenderloin, Tahini Pork Tenderloin, Pistachio Crusted Halibut, and Spatchcock Half-Chicken. Sliders, pizzas, sandwiches, and a variety of sides and starters round out the menu. If you go there just for the food, you'll be missing half of the fun, the revelry part. When it comes to games, what is your preference? It's likely they have it. Choices include: bowling, pool, shuffleboard, ping-pong, skee ball, and a variety of board games. They're FREE!, at least for now. Check it out.

The Goodnight – open Sunday-Wednesday, 11am-11pm, Thursday-Saturday, 11am-2am. Click here to go to their website.