A rumbling stomach is the body’s reminder that humans need food, much like a rumbling volcano is the earth’s reminder that humans are needed as food. Sacrifice your hunger with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for $30 worth of local-inspired fare at 4th Street Bar & Grill
- $40 for one hour of bowling for up to six people at The Corner Alley (up to a $50 value) and $30 worth of local-inspired fare at 4th Street Bar & Grill (up to an $80 total value) <p>
At 4th Street Bar & Grill, located inside The Corner Alley, diners encounter a lengthy menu of Cleveland-inspired pub fare, such as the Steelyard strip, a 12-ounce steak topped with bacon, tomatoes, onions, and mushrooms ($21), or the smoked cheese and beer fondue—pretzel bits and tortilla chips dipped in melted smoked gouda, cheddar, and blue cheese ($8). Pre- or post-meal, bowlers can knock over pins in one of 16 lanes with up to six friends.
4th Street Bar & Grill – The Corner Alley
Rather than limit themselves to serving creative, Cleveland-inspired cuisine or to hosting late-night bowlers sipping from frothy pint glasses, the founders of 4th Street Bar & Grill – The Corner Alley decided to do both. Inside spacious, sleek environs, servers at the bowling alley’s 4th Street Bar & Grill dole out pierogis—dumplings stuffed with potato and smoked cheddar cheese—and oven-baked pizzas, such as the Alley Pie, topped with cheese and fresh basil. Local draft brews from Buckeye Brewing, Brew Kettle, and Hoppin’ Frog or one of more than 20 locally-inspired cocktails and martinis accompany meals and pin-pulverizing sessions at one of 16 lanes. Satellite-selected sounds pump through speakers, and patrons can control tunes from a special app on their phone or speak directly to Meatloaf through the jukebox.
Whether they’re there to bowl, eat, drink, or finally understand gravity, up to 600 people can gather inside the ample quarters. Groups of 4–45 revelers can populate the Mezzanine, a private party room hoisted atop an elevated platform and replete with several flat-screen TVs. Millionaire’s Row plays host to 100 guests, who can bowl on four private lanes, sip martinis at the Back Alley bar, or lay quietly atop the billiards table. And inside the 2,000-square-foot Spare Room, up to 90 friends can dine on a customizable menu as well as play billiards, air hockey, foosball, darts, and skeeball.
402 Euclid Ave.
Cleveland, Ohio 44114