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Patricia L.
Report | 25 days ago
Great staff. It was super clean.
Joy W.
Report | a month ago
Diverse crowd, but very welcoming
Shawn B.
Report | 2 months ago
Liberty Lanes is a nice bowling facility. Workers are friendly and efficient.
Laura L.
Report | 6 months ago
Great for family fun!
hydis b.
Report | 7 months ago
It's a pretty cool, quiet place to bowl.. my kids enjoyed it.
Rachael G.
Report | 7 months ago
This is a nice old-fashioned bowling alley with real wood lanes, cheap snacks, and friendly people.
Laurin G.
Report | 11 months ago
The facility is definitely retro and not one of the fancy new bowing/laser tag places, but that's part of its' charm. Staff was nice, the place was clean and the lanes well-kept. We thought the Groupon deal was fantastic and would totally buy it again.
Dina G.
Report | a year ago
Great place to bowl with the family.
Gwen c.
Report | a year ago
The manager and receptionist on duty were very friendly. I had a nice time.
Denise C.
Report | a year ago
Staff was very friendly. Facility was clean. Will definitely come back. We had a great time.
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A bowler since the age of 5, owner Jerry Morano spent his formative years watching his dad bowling with the guys. At the age of 20, Morano bowled his first perfect game and over his professional bowling career played a total of 26 perfect games and won five Professional Bowling Association regional titles. During that time, he was working for a major auto company and it was his dream to retire and own his own alley someday. That dream came true when he bought Liberty Lanes Bowling Center in 2008.

Morano quickly fell in love with the bowling alley’s 24 retro-style wooden lanes. As families and friends send balls careening toward the pins, an automatic Brunswick Frameworx system keeps score impartially and refrains from remarking on each bowler’s form. Between frames, bowlers can refuel at the snack bar, which serves french fries, pizza, and chicken fingers. At the bar, patrons can pair 16-ounce cans of Schlitz with games on three pool tables and two electronic dart machines.

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