New entertainment and food venues are continuing to open in the Bottleworks District in downtown Indianapolis. They range from a bar with bowling and pinball to Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine.

Bottleworks says Pins Mechanical Co. recently opened.  The venue has three bars, 12 duckpin bowling lanes, more than 30 pinball machines, bocce courts and a rooftop patio.

Two new food venues are scheduled to open next month inside The Garage Food Hall. Mama Fofo’s will offer made-to-order Greek and Turkish cuisines. It will also sell some grocery items, like olive oils and feta cheeses.

The other eatery is Chapati Beta, which specializes in Pakistani, Indian and Middle Eastern foods.

“With every new tenant we welcome, our visitor experience becomes more enjoyable and robust,” said Jeff Whiteman, chief operating officer for Geronimo Hospitality Group. “It’s an honor to watch these great businesses thrive in Indianapolis and offer our guests a well-rounded destination filled with food, drinks, entertainment and more.”

Bottleworks Hotel will open its cocktail bar Sundry & Vice later this summer.

The hotel is the signature business inside the former Coca-Cola bottling plant on Mass Ave. The structure underwent a $300 million renovation and opened last December.