Bowling in Newport

$29 for Two Hours of Bowling Including Shoe Rental for Up to Six at Nationwide Bowling (Up to $80 Value)

Nationwide Bowling

Multiple Locations

$80 $29

Eleven locations with amenities such as automatic scoring, sports bars, grills, and arcade games

Two Hours of Bowling and Shoe Rental for Two, Four, or Six at AMF Bowling Co. (Up to 56% Off)

AMF Bowling Centers

AMF 34th Avenue Lanes

$50 $17

Bowling at over 250 locations across the country hosts groups of two, four, or six for two hours of bowling

Bowling Packages with Pizza for Two, Four or Six at Lodi Lanes (Up to 51% Off)

Lodi Lanes


$57 $29

Bowl through two-hours of lane time with package that includes shoe rental, soft drinks and pizza appetizers

Two Hours of Bowling, Shoe Rental, and One Pitcher of Beer or Soda for Up to Six at Van Houten Lanes (Up to 70% Off)

Van Houten Lanes


$82 $25

Sip soda or craft beer during friendly games at a bowling center with an on-site pizzeria

Bowling with Shoe Rental for 2 or 4, or Bowling with VIP Membership for 2 at Whitestone Lanes (Up to 73% Off)

Whitestone Lanes


$24 $12


Modern bowling facility allows groups to take pins down 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, on 48 lanes with automatic scoring

Two Games of Bowling for Two, Four, or Six with Shoe Rentals at Paradise Lanes (Up to 64% Off)

Paradise Lanes

Lincoln Park

$32 $15

Open for more than 50 years, alley offers bowling till 1 a.m. on Friday and Saturday

Up to 52% Off Bowling — Woodmere Lanes and Backstage Nite Club; Valid Wednesday 9 AM - 10 AM

Woodmere Lanes and Backstage Nite Club


$17 $8

Bowling alley celebrates 50+ years in business with two pin-crushing games

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If not for the occasional clatter of pins, Bowlmor Lanes' bright and modern decor and its full-service dining room could be mistaken for a lively nightclub. The sleek establishment’s gleaming lanes exude a glamorous charm not often found in bowling alleys. Adding to the ambience is a high-end sports bar and glow-in-the-dark lighting that illuminates each bowling pin.

110 University Pl
New York,

Frames Bowling Lounge NYC's swanky amenities appeal to everyone, from local bowling-league mainstays to casual players to Jay-Z, Beyoncé, or Knicks' sharpshooter Carmelo Anthony. Part contemporary bowling alley, part full-service restaurant, part late-night dance club, the sleek Midtown Manhattan playground has been lauded by the press for an atmosphere teeming with the sounds of thumping music, dancing bodies, and clinking martinis alongside the usual roar of strikes and high-fives.

Twenty-eight polished bowling lanes guide balls toward pins as players wait their turns on plush, leather couches, where flat-screen TVs and club-style lighting compete for their attention. After a game of bowling, players can walk past the glowing bar top into the restaurant, where organic ingredients complement porterhouse steaks, pan-roasted salmon, decadent desserts, and exotic cocktails. Those who aren't ready to abandon their victory dances can shuffle straight into the dance club, where DJs kick out heart-pumping beats as the walls light up to provide perfect backdrops for dancing or recreating the moment you found the right-sized bowling ball.

550 9th Ave.
New York,

Partially demolished and built anew to look old, The Gutter couples its eight gleaming wood lanes with a vintage Brunswick scoring system, ensuring that you'll get both a thumb workout and a healthy dose of mathercise. Beyond the nostalgia, there's substance, too: the facilities operate on 100% wind power, which means bowlers are more than welcome to contribute to the lighting bill by making airy boasts after rolling a strike. While you can certainly top off your pitcher with the finest Natural Light, there are plenty of craft beers flowing as well.

200 North 14th Street

Full Circle Bar's four skee-ball machines provide more than entertainment: they determine national champions. Home to Brewskee-Ball?a nationwide network of amateur skee-ball leagues that's been featured on NPR and ESPN?Full Circle is the epicenter of a growing phenomenon. A chalkboard beside the skee-ball machines is routinely full of official league news, and many of the sport's high-profile events, including the national-championship matches, are decided there, drawing in participants from as far away as Austin and San Francisco. As bar co-owner and Brewskee-Ball cofounder Eric Pavony told the Los Angeles Times, "It's a sanctioned competitive sport. I cover this like ESPN would."

In spite of Full Circle Bar's status as the home for Brewskee-Ball competition, the air is tension free. Friendly bartenders serve more than 40 beers by the can and pour American craft microbrews from an ever-changing draft list. The skee-ball machines are even open for free play on select evenings, letting anyone practice their roll and hone the number of fist pumps in their victory celebration.

318 Grand St

Nationwide Bowling orchestrates a cacophonous symphony of clanking pins and cheering bowlers at 11 modern bowling centers located throughout New Jersey. Center size varies from the Hudson location where 60 lanes with automatic scoring, a grill, sports bar, and arcade games accommodate armadas of bowlers to Garden Palace, which houses 16 lanes, a bar, and a snack shop. At all locations, staffers host birthday parties and corporate events and organize leagues for competitive bowlers or people who just like to chuck heavy objects as hard as they can.

1 Garfield Ave
Jersey City,

The marketing specialists at Queens Promotion Group further the reach of local hospitality and entertainment businesses through promotional events and branding services. From the Crawfish Festival held in the swanky boutique Z Hotel to unlimited drinks served in the ultramodern bar, Play, Queens Promotion Group hosts convivial gatherings in venues that accommodate their clients’ sizes, strengths, and fear of ghosts. The outfit also offers such varied services as graphic design and website development, ad placement, and digital marketing campaigns.

11-01 43rd Avenue
Long Island City,