Bowling in West Torrington


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Bowlers Tony Reynaud, Roger Baral and Marcel Lessard have spent countless hours knocking down pins, and are all State and Local Association Hall of Famers. So it's no surprise that the trio of pin-crushers know how to run a bowling alley. High-energy music blasts inside the facility, with themed nights such as top songs from the 1980?s or 1470?s. During birthday parties, kids can nosh on pizzas and bowl as many games as they can in a two-hour period. An on-site bar and grill serves wings, hot dogs, and beers galore for adult bowling parties.
748 Silver Ln.
East Hartford,
CT
US
The Hartford Courant and St. Augustine Record featured Blue Fox Rock'n Bowl. Four Insider Pagers give it an average of four stars:
1603 Hopmeadow St
Simsbury,
CT
US
Brunswick Zone has been a trusted name in recreational pin pulverizing for more than a century, providing good times to patrons across the country. Friends and families season afternoons with a pleasant peppering of strikes, spares, and easygoing gutter balls under classic bowling conditions, or take the next bold step in ball-hurling evolution and engage in a round of cosmic bowling, where dancing lights, thumping tunes, and black-lit gear light up the full sensorium. At XL locations, game rooms beckon with nimble joystick workouts on classic and modern arcade games.
600 S Colony Rd
Wallingford,
CT
US
Above 40 shiny synthetic lanes, screens keep track of every strike and gutterball at Wallingford Bowl, allowing patrons to focus on the fun at hand. Automatic scoring is just one of many modern perks at this hallowed hall of clanking pins, which invites guests for friendly games or competitive league matches designed for veteran and rookie bowlers. Cosmic Bowl is the big draw on Friday and Saturday nights, when teams bowl amid glow-in-the-dark lights and the thrum of authentic Martian music, while a snack bar, arcade, and full bar and lounge offer plenty of pre- or post-game recreation every day of the week.
980 N Colony Rd.
Wallingford,
CT
US
At the turn of the 20th century, bowling alleys routinely locked their doors for the summer, forcing bowlers to brainstorm alternatives. And so, in the early 1900s, a group of bowlers decided to tweak their pastime to accommodate off-season play, shrinking both bowling balls and pins. Modified rules allowed bowlers to roll their scaled-down balls three times per turn. And upon impact, the lighter-weight balls caused pint-size pins to skitter like a flock of ducks. Thus, duckpin bowling was born. The accessible sport spread throughout the world and, near the peak of its popularity, found a home at Johnson's Duckpin Lanes in 1955. After undergoing renovations in 2009, the alley's synthetic lanes continue to delight duckpin bowlers all year long. The alley also entertains guests with an arcade, onsite snack bar, as well as personalized birthday parties, which unfold on weekdays and during weekend sessions of Glo & Bowl.
2100 Dixwell Ave
Hamden,
CT
US
When it comes to fun at Bowlmor Lanes, folks aren't locked into just bowling, though there's plenty of that. Glow-in-the-dark lanes and banquette seating beckon players to try their hand at bowling or chill out and order drinks and snacks from lane-side servers. But for the pin-weary, there are other forms of entertainment including billiards, air hockey, and ping pong for purchase. These myriad amenities make Bowlmor Lanes a destination for group get-togethers such as birthdays and "No-Kevins-Allowed" club meetings.
1387 Liberty St
Springfield,
MA
US
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