Bridge Street Tavern goes up for sale as owners purchase Faribowl –

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When one door closes, another one opens — but in Ryan Burr’s case he did that in reverse.

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Ryan Burr stands in front of the bowling lanes inside the bowling alley that he now owns Monday evening. The former Faribowl and the attached Basher’s Sports Bar & Grill will both soon be known as J-Mo’s Bowl. (Colton Kemp/

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The bowling alley needs significant repairs, but its new owner hopes to have it ready to re-open by fall. (Colton Kemp/

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The outdoor area at the Faribault bowling alley will be the first part to open back up, as volleyball begins Wednesday in the courts seen here Monday. The new owner, Ryan Burr, is renaming the business to J-Mo’s Bowl after his 3-year-old son, Jameson. (Colton Kemp/

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Plenty of work still needs to be done at the Faribault bowling alley, including fixing the collapsed parts of the roof and fallen light fixtures like the one seen here Monday evening. (Colton Kemp/

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Bowling balls have been waiting about a year to be rolled down the lanes at the Faribault bowling alley. Soon, they’ll be used again in the newly named J-Mo’s Bowl. (Colton Kemp/

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