Ray Lewis to open restaurant, bowling alley in Hunt Valley

Baltimore Business Journal

A new 63,000-square-foot family entertainment venue backed by Ray Lewis will open at the Hunt Valley Towne Centre early next year.

MVP Entertainment will boast 38 bowling lanes, an upscale dining and express restaurant, a sports bar, coffee bar, two high-tech golf simulators and a memorabilia shop.

The project is a partnership of Baltimore Ravens linebacker Lewis and local residents Marc and Laura Rosen. The group said in a statement it hopes to eventually expand MVP Entertainment into other professional sports cities.

The Baltimore Business Journal reported on Lewis’ interest in the project in June. MVP Entertainment marks the second hospitality project for Lewis, who was previously the namesake of a shuttered barbecue restaurant in Canton.

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