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The Gutter will open a location in Long Island City.

The Gutter, a bowling alley, bar and music venue, will soon roll into Long Island City.

According to published reports, owners Todd Powers and Paul Kermizian, who opened The Gutter’s first location in Williamsurg, will open a second location at 10-22 46th Ave. in the Hunters Point section of LIC. The Gutter will be the only bowling alley in LIC.

The bowling alley will hold eight lanes and the owners plan to start bowling leagues. The Long Island City location will also be stocked with a full bar and serve snacks such as pretzels and nachos, the owners told LIC Post.

Owners said the venue in Long Island City will be similar to the Williamsburg location, which opened in 2007 and has a ’70s-inspired theme ― the bar is decorated with vintage chandeliers and leather chairs.

The bowling alley and bar will only allow patrons 21 and older but may have designated children’s nights during weekends for families in the neighborhood. If prices are kept the same at the Long Island city location, each game will cost $7 per person plus an additional $3 for shoes.

Kermizian and Powers hope to open the second location by August.

Representatives for The Gutter did not immediately respond to calls and emails.

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