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.
A sea of red and white floods The Crazy Leprechaun Bar & Grill during the spring and summer, only to switch to midnight green, black, and silver throughout fall and winter. Whether the Phillies or the Eagles take the field, The Crazy Leprechaun broadcasts every game for win-hungry fans and sates their matching appetites with hearty appetizers and entrees, such as buffalo wings, rib-eye steaks, and jumbo lump crab-cakes hurled at 90mph from behind the bar. On certain nights, the kitchen piles up all-you-can-eat portions of fresh snow crab, matched with mugs of beers and plenty of karaoke and live music.
Cork's menu, which the chef spent five years perfecting, draws inspiration from a range of cultures and blends cooking traditions from around the globe. Starters include a seaworthy plate of mussels ($11) or landlubbing chicken wings. These famous finger foods come in orders of 10 or 20 ($7.50 or $14 respectively) and coated in sauces such as hellfire, hoisin barbecue, hot and honey, or eternity. Pizzas and flatbreads range from basic tomato pizza ($10) to a succulent Sae's Poke flatbread (yellowfin tuna, onion, cucumber, nori, cilantro, and wasabi cream, $14). Entrees are arranged aerodynamically by plate size and lift-to-drag ratio. The peking duck spring rolls ($9) fall under the small category, while the shrimp mac 'n' cheese ($12) is a medium dish. A 12 oz. grilled NY strip ($28) or half a roasted chicken ($16) is large enough to satisfy any appetite.
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