Scott Anderson originally opened his Gamenet party and game center in Bel Air for kids to have fun. But since opening two years ago, something unexpected happened. “The adults have taken over,” says Anderson of Fallston.
And why not? Where else can you find a 300-square-foot dance floor, a 92-inch high-definition projector, gaming TVs and consoles, pool tables and cushy leather furniture to relax in with friends, and not have to clean up afterward? The room is called The Garage, and it’s been getting booked most weekends by adults who want to watch the Ravens, hang with their corporate colleagues or just have a grownup birthday or Halloween party.