Today’s Aegis reports the Putt-Putt Fun Center in Abingdon may soon be serving beer and wine in a restaurant it plans to open inside the building that houses its arcade and laser tag room. The Harford County Liquor Control Board unamimously approved a tentative beer, wine and liquor license for the restaurant, to be called Laser Lounge, at its meeting Jan. 10, the story says. It adds that Putt-Putt owner James C. Mottley is still seeking approval of the Harford County Development Advisory Committee to build the restaurant, which would be separated from the arcade area.
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My 8-year-old spends a lot of the time at Putt-Putt. He’s attended at least five birthday parties there in the past year and has another coming up. I feel confident leaving him there in the care of the party hosts for a couple hours of laser tag, arcade games and pizza from the eating area they have there now. But I don’t think I’m going to be so comfortable if the crowd there changes with this new set up. Anyone who ever threw a kids’ birthday party would welcome a glass of wine when it’s over. But the way kids ricochet across that arcade makes it difficult for a parent or two to keep a close eye on every party guest all the time. The clientele there when I’ve visited has skewed rather young — from middle school down — with teenagers working the registers. But if a restaurant draws an older crowd to the arcade, and there’s a chance someone might drink too much before mixing with the kids in the arcade, I think I’m going to have to stay at the laser tag parties with my kids.