At each of its Cleveland-area locations, Freeway Lanes allows bowlers to hone gutter-hugging curves. In addition to traditional, tenpin lanes, the alleys host indoor bocce ball courts and pool tables for players tired of breaking cues on 16-pound balls. Their expansive facilities also feature modern bowling amenities along with HD television screens and full-service restaurants. League opportunities are available for children, adults, and seniors and live bands frequent the alleys, filling the air with original melodies and providing just enough bass to knock down wobbling pins.
Howard Ernst gave his name to the bowling alley he opened back in 1960.
These days, his son Joe carries on the family tradition?albeit in an alley that has been updated to suit modern bowlers. A QubicaAMF Bowler Entertainment System keeps track of everyone's scores, and automatic bumpers make it so Mom and Dad don't have to lie in the gutters while the kids play.