Family Fun at Scene 75

Laser tag, arcade games, indoor go-karting, blacklight mini-golf, bumper cars – Scene 75, located at 3688 Center Rd., Brunswick, OH 44212, has all that and more! Coined as 'the largest indoor entertainment center in the county,' Scene 75 is a mecca for good times and family-friendly activities. They even have a unique food venue called Food Truck Alley that offers a variety of cuisines that the entire family can enjoy!

The Beginnings of Scene 75

What many don't know is that this successful entertainment complex began as a distant dream of the Ohio-based Sandler family. The journey to creating and finalizing the concept of Scene 75 was challenging but with the help of lifelong friends, devoted family members, passionate strangers and a unique business plan, the dream ultimately became a reality in 2012 when the Sandlers opened their first location in Dayton. 

Since then, Scene75 has expanded to open additional locations in Cinncinati, Cleveland and, most recently, Columbus. The Cleveland location, at 3688 Center Rd., is the closest to Medina; just a 20-minute drive from the square! 

Fun & Games at Scene 75

There is no shortage of joy to be had at Scene 75. Their arcade features over 130 games, including favorites like skeeball and air hockey. In addition, there is laser tag, indoor go-karting, blacklight mini-golf, bumper cars, a vault laser maze, mini-bowling a 4-D motion movie theater and even inflatable bounce houses! With a little something for everyone, Scene 75 is the quintessential family destination. 

Eat & Drink at Scene 75

Scene 75 knows that after a few hours of playing arcade games, a couple of intense matches of laser tag and a go around the indoor go-karting track, you are going to have worked up an appetite! That's why they created Food Truck Alley. This unique dining concept is the first of its kind in the U.S., offering three one-of-a-kind food trucks in one space!

The concept started with the Scene 75 team spending months uncovering the best culinary experiences in the food truck market in order to best replicate them. After they found exactly what they were looking for, they created an indoor space that looks like a real alley, with real trucks and stringed lights.

Food Truck Alley features The Great Garrettini’s Pizzeria, The All-American and Snack Shack – providing patrons with everything from wood oven-fired pizzas, burgers, tacos, soft pretzels, ice cream and more! 

For more information about Scene 75, visit Scene75.com. Mention this article for $50 off your next birthday party!

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