Interstate Lanes complements its 40 bowling lanes with several classic avenues of entertainment, from the video arcade's flashing lights to the lounge equipped with billiard tables. As bowlers attempt to topple sets of pins, automatic scoring systems keep track of their feats, and bumpers prevent balls from triggering gutters' traumatic memories of serving in a giant mousetrap. Beyond open-bowling hours, the alley hosts competitive leagues for men, women, and children, and an onsite kitchen fires up bites such as chicken wings, specialty burgers, and freshly baked pizzas.
At Penny Jo’s Eastern Lanes, children, seniors, and league pros all find satisfaction in the thunderstorm of pin clatter that ricochets off the waxed, hardwood lanes. The family-friendly alley welcomes patrons of all ages and skill levels to line up toes together, comparing form and ankle tattoos, and taking breaks from the game to socialize over bountiful pizza and soda from the onsite snack bar.
Lido Lanes is a family-friendly bowling center offering a safe, clean environment for bowlers of all ages and skill levels. Each of the 16 waxen alleys sports a seating area, slimming lighting for weight-conscious bowling balls, and an automatic scoring system that spares bowlers the hassle of learning the game's complex scoring algorithms and theorems (such as Fermat's Last Frame). Along with stylish shoes, the spoils of your tribe's lane domination treat you to one tantalizing appetizer from Lido Lanes' bar and grill. Onion rings (a $3.40 value) provide circular sustenance, and deluxe nachos (a $4.90 value) roll in on spinning rims to satisfy the barbarian hunger generated by your three brawny ball battles. To accompany its guttural symphony of shattered strikes and exploding turkeys, Lido Lanes invites live bands, such as Chicago blues bands, country signers, and Irish bands, to rock out on the lanes during Rock N Bowl night.
Bowlero Lanes opened its doors in 1958. Since then, thanks to a few renovations, the bowling alley is still going strong. In addition to 32 bowling lanes, the alley has an arcade, pool tables, and a full-service bar and lounge that recently received new flatscreen TVs. The array of activities makes Bowlero Lanes a popular destination for events such as birthday parties, fundraisers, and fantasy bowling drafts.
The zigzagged awning and curvy lettering on the facade lends Nortel Lanes a charmingly retro feel. These vintage touches, however, belie the modern amenities within. Since opening in 1961, the alley has expanded from 24 lanes to 66, all equipped with high-tech flat-screened auto-scoring systems. Three lounges, meanwhile, allow players to unwind after tournaments, sing karaoke on Friday and Saturday nights, or practice their elaborate 26-move victory dances before their turn. On weekend nights, the colorful lights paint the room during cosmic bowling.
In business since 1946, Rebman Recreation thunders with the sound of ball-on-pin warfare as bowlers compete on the facility’s 48-lane, wax-bedecked battleground. This all-inclusive atmosphere is ideal for introducing up to eight friends from different social circles and getting them all into coordinating footwear. A fair match is ensured by the Qubica scoring system, which dutifully tracks each strike, spare, and unintended foray into the gutter. Between frames, pinseekers can satiate victory-cry induced thirsts with sips from a party-sized pitcher of soft drinks.