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Meghan D.
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
This place was small and quaint for a bowling ally very friendly staff, however, they need to have more than 1 girl working the bar & more than 1 guy working the grill on a Saturday night
Arjan V.
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
Small place, decent bar. Somewhat buggy bowling lanes (electronics)
Alison A.
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
Kids had a great time. Clean and friendly.
Steven J.
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
Did not know that there would be an additional 75 cent "tax" per bowler.
Angela M.
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
The place itself is great -- with bumpers that go up and down depending on who is bowling. Very clean with lots of bowling balls to choose from. The only sort of "bad" thing was that the guy behind the cash register was really not very friendly, like he'd been there way too long that day already.
Melissa H.
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
I would like to mention that they charged me sales tax per person! Not sure if that's the norm, but it took me by surprise. We spent plenty of money in food and drink while there! But we did have fun bowling!!
Alison L.
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
Great place for bowling with the family. We had a wonderful time.
Jill G.
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
The bowling was fun, but there was a 45 minute wait to get a lane. The guy said he would let us know when the lane opened up, but HE DID NOT! I had to go back up and ask about the lane again. Then he never told me what control panel to use to program the lane or put up the bumper guards. I had to go back and get his attention yet again. Once we got through all that, the bowling was fun.
Limaris S.
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
Great for family

From Our Editors

When Joseph Olear tore down the original Three Point Bowling Center, he preserved what mattered most. ”We recycled the 35-year-old maple lanes and made a bar out of it,” he happily explains. “And also this gorgeous desk in my office.” The former alley was bought out by Joe’s father in ’86—a spontaneous decision that still perplexes the son. He “just bought the place! If you’d have told me we’d have a bowling alley, I’d have thought you were crazy.” That said, it’s a decision that gave Joe the reins to a facility he would totally revamp.

The updated alley features 16 automatic lanes, one of the largest bars in Kansas City, and a large crop of vine-ripened bowling balls. Olear has also solicited the master food stylings of chef Dan Cermeno for juicy burgers, steak-filled sandwiches, and spicy seafood pastas. He explains that Cermeno’s dishes—available at the alley or in Three Pins Diner—are by no means typical alley fare. “He’s a shopping king,” says Olear. ”On his way in, he stops to shop. [Always] fresh fruit and veggies—wherever the freshest stuff is.”

Beyond the lanes, Three Point entertains patrons with six full-size pool tables, dartboards, indoor and outdoor TVs up to 64 inches wide, as well as nightly league events. The revelry also extends outdoors, where an expansive outdoor deck patio hosts a meat smoker capable of feeding parties of up to 500. “There’s a guy comes in at first light and smokes the meat, “says Olear. “Venison, ribs, whatever he has. It’s in there for about 10 hours. It’s unmatched, really.” Wonderful as that is, there’s one thing Joe enjoys more. “Having a drink at the bar,” he says, smiling. “People will say they met their wife here. It happens on a fairly regular basis—someone comes in and says how nice the place is. It really makes your day.”

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