Westbrook Family Bowling Center allows guests to bowl whenever the mood strikes, whether it is 4 p.m. or 4 a.m. Laser-light shows illuminate the alley during cosmic-bowling events, and pizzas refuel kids during birthday parties, which feature lanes lined with bumpers, if desired. Adults can chill out until 2 a.m. in the Joe 300 Lounge, which is filled with pool tables, dart boards, and televisions.
At Thunderbird's four modern bowling arenas, families and friends demolish pins arranged at the end of up to 36 slick lanes. Boulder chuckers slip on chic rental sneakers, pirouette, and send the 12-pound sphere trundling past gutters into a smug stand of pins. The option of bumpers aids little ones in nudging smaller orbs down the timber avenue. Thunderbird's lanes are programmed with AMF automatic scoring, freeing hands from cramp-inducing feats of addition.
Lucky Strikes Bowling Alley gives its patrons the very best in bowling lanes and equipment in an upbeat fun environment. Besides the best bowling lanes in town, they have a full-service bar, a restaurant that serves delicious food and high tech audio video systems. At Lucky Strike, there’s always a party going on and the bowling alley does have a comfortable lounge area where adults can enjoy their drinks and food. The restaurant and bar are open for lunch and dinner and the bar features delicious handcrafted cocktails. Looking for a great place for your child’s next birthday party? Lucky Strike provides a fun venue, great food, party favors and bowling just for the kids. In August 2014, they were named a Top 10 Party Place for children by Parents Magazine. They are conveniently located at 1336 Chestnut Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
A combination bowling alley, lounge and restaurant, Philadelphia’s North Bowl bills itself as being “strikingly different.” It’s an apt description given its modern, geometric exterior and space-agey retro interior. This bi-level Northern Liberties hot spot lets bowlers fuel up on appetizers, salads – including the Bowlympian, a mix of romaine, tomatoes, red onions, olives and feta – burgers and sliders, as well as eleven flavors of tater tots, including the Mazel Tots, which are topped with apple sauce and sour cream. Downstairs, the hip patrons pull on their bowling shoes and aim for strikes amid the orange and beige 1950s furniture, while upstairs, a glowing royal-blue bar awaits. There are even four private lanes that can be rented out for private events, as well as a perch from which to watch the action below.
Forty-eight bowling balls can roll down the 48 lanes at once, sending pins flying in a heath-thumping clatter. Erie Lanes? size accommodates hordes of bowling parties at once. And it isn?t just bowling that entertains crowds. Balls clatter atop pool tables in the game room, and a toy crane snaps at stuffed animals. And on select nights, the bowling lanes glow under black lights and disco balls, and a fog machine turns on full blast during cosmic bowling games. The on-site caf? refuels bowlers with pizzas, nachos, and burgers drowning in bleu cheese and bacon bits.
Pinsetter Bar & Bowl's 34 polished lanes reflect their speedy pin-setting machines and the feet of bowlers in soft-soled shoes speeding their balls toward pins. As competition thickens, guests gaze upward to see high-definition monitors broadcasting music videos and bowling stats compiled by the automatic scoring system. After successful rounds, a full bar and lounge wafts the scent of its gourmet fare toward the famished with its barbecue-pork sliders, mussels, and mac 'n' cheese bites. Private events also get special treatment, as guests recline on leather couches in the VIP lounge, which overlooks lanes to be used exclusively by partygoers and the bowling balls that love them.