Bowling in Monroeville


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  • North Versailles Bowling Center
    At North Versailles Bowling Center, bowlers hurl spheroids down well-waxed lanes crowned with a stunning diorama of the nighttime Pittsburgh skyline, taking timeouts to enjoy frosty beverages and cheesy pizzas from the nearby snack bar. Friday and Saturday nights are celebrated with glowing lights and music played by a virtual DJ, and ball hurlers attempt to celebrate the memory of Sir Isaac Newton by temporarily suspending the laws of physics with each roll. When they aren?t racking up strikes on the lanes or browsing Columbia, Storm, and Brunswick gear in the pro shop, visitors watch Pittsburgh sports teams on the lounge's five HDTVs or challenge each other to friendly rounds of billiards or trivia.
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    356 Lincoln Hwy.
    North Versailles, PA US
  • Wildlife Lanes
    Wildlife Lanes is a family owned bowling center in Lower Burrell, PA which is 30 minutes north of Pittsburgh. We offer 36 lanes, a bar and a snack bar for family, group, and league entertainment. Wildlife Lanes is a great place to hold fundraisers for any type of organization. We have many leagues to choose from daily.
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    1000 Wildlife Lodge Rd
    New Kensington, PA US
  • Deer Lakes Lounge
    At Deer Lakes Bowl and Lounge, balls rumble down the lane before they send pins a-clatter. Between frames, bowlers munch on delicious food from the lounge. Whether they just want to snack on breaded banana peppers or zucchini fries, share a pizza, or wipe their hands on a hoagie, the food makes for better fuel than just drinking a whole bunch of cola. For those interested in rolling with a crowd, but who don't want to join a league, Deer Lakes also offers group rates that can support up to 40 people.
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    284 E Union Rd
    Cheswick, PA US
  • Nesbit Bowling Lanes
    The Nesbit family has run its namesake bowling alley for more than 65 years, welcoming generations of customers into its friendly environment. Eight lanes of lightly stained wood welcome casual bowlers or committed summer league competition, and the lane's gray alleys accommodate bumpers for novice bowlers or bumper-car drivers gone off course. The Nesbits also use their business to bring people together for community fundraising events, as well as their annual, hotly contested Nesbit's Lanes Open. The 30-year-old tourney puts combatants through a treacherous gauntlet of qualifiers, match play, and finals as they vie for a cash prize.
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    3501 Leechburg Road
    Plum, PA US
  • Squirrel Hill
    The old and the new come together seamlessly at Forward Lanes. Though the ball returns date back to the 1960s, they send balls back to their bowlers with hardly a squeak or shudder. Modern improvements, such as automatic scoring, allow players to enjoy the game without stopping every frame to call their one friend who still remembers the addition tables. Bowlers can refresh themselves with snacks from the small food menu and vending machine or quench their thirst with available beer, coolers, and soft drinks.
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    5844 Forward Ave.
    Pittsburgh, PA US
  • Princess Bowling Lanes
    The gentle rumble of scattering pins blends with jovial laughter across Princess's 44 well-kept synthetic lanes. Alley dwellers hurl balls down polished lanes equipped with automated scoring systems, putting Newton’s laws of physics to the test more effectively than sitting beneath a bowling-ball tree. High-definition televisions throughout the alley keep patrons updated on athletic events, and optional bumpers avert ball follies and human frustration. Pleasant aromas lure tired and hungry bowlers to the adjoining Prior's Tap and Tavern where cooks crown pizzas with toppings, including barbecue chicken and banana peppers.
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    540 Weyman Rd
    Pittsburgh, PA US
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