Wealthy people sometimes install bowling alleys in their homes, alongside walk-in humidors and rooms where a bunch of old men trade life stories. Roll with the big shots with this Groupon.
$15 for $30 Worth of Bowling, Billiards, Food, and Drinks
Games at Satatoga Lanes cost $3 on weekdays or $4 on weekends, and games at Moolah Lanes are $4 on weekdays or $5 on weekends. Shoe rental at both locations costs $3. Pool players can sink balls for $10 per hour. Only Moolah Lanes serves food, including casual eats such as burgers and portabella-mushroom sandwiches.
Saratoga Lanes and Moolah Lanes
Saratoga Lanes and Moolah Lanes hearken back to “bowling the way it used to be”—as it says on Saratoga Lanes’ website—at their eight-lane alleys. At Saratoga Lanes, amid wood-paneled walls and an American flag, players send orbs spinning, taking a break to shoot pool at five different billiards tables or to grab a drink at the bar under a cloud of twinkle lights.
At Moolah Lanes, competitors can lounge in couch- and armchair-style seating before playing a game at the alley’s single billiards table as flat-screen televisions flicker above the bar. The tempting aroma of burgers and fries emanates from Moolah’s grill, which also whips up portabella sandwiches and spinach-artichoke dip, which also comes in handy as a bowling-ball wax.