The top five Search for a Star contestants took a break from their assignments to have a little fun and headed to Dave and Busters at the Providence Place Mall.
The restaurant and game room recently underwent new renovations that have given it a new feel.
"It took about ten weeks, we have about a week or so to go on some of the details but we more or less destroyed our main bar, and turned it into a big sports lounge," said Jim Chiarello the General Manager of Dave and Busters.
"We're trying to be the best place to come watch sports. We have two 180 inch screens and we added about 25 large TV's," said Chiarello
Now, on every Friday, Saturday and Sunday Dave and Busters will have a DJ that will get the crowd involved, and of course give away prizes.
The finalists enjoyed a day of gaming at Dave and Busters, and are now hard at work preparing their next assignments!
The contestants have been blogging about their experiences, make sure to follow their exciting journeys.
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