The operators of Ice Line in West Goshen are hoping to see big returns on their multimillion-dollar addition that includes a new restaurant, writes Brian McCullough for the Daily Local News.
The 10,000-square-foot addition also includes locker rooms, offices, and more storage. There’s also a “green roof,” where the restaurant can grow vegetables for its dishes.
Goal Line, the new restaurant, overlooks one rink and has closed circuit televisions broadcasting the action on the three other rinks. It’s all part of a commitment to keep Ice Line at the forefront of both amateur hockey and ice skating.
The restaurant can seat 175 guests, and serves lunch and dinner, as well as pub food during late-night skate sessions. The restaurant also offers breakfast on the weekends.
“It’s a popular trend among ice venues,” said Dave Foreman, Ice Line’s CFO. “You need to have something like this to have people come back.”
Read more about Ice Line in the Daily Local News here.