- $29 for two hours of candlepin bowling with shoe rental for up to six people, and one large, one-topping pizza ($80 value)
For the past several decades, Bowl-O-Rama has been carefully tended to by the Genimatas family. 2016 marks their 60th anniversary and they are now owned by Nick Genimatas and his sister, Kathleen. The duo state, "We are always updating and doing new things." Recent updates include a brand new Asteroids game room. The alley includes a total of 22 candlepin lanes, computerized scoring systems, and a food-and-beverage kitchen where chefs bake hand-tossed pizzas and appetizers that include chicken tenders and wings. Throughout the year, the family hosts open-bowling hours and special events, closing only on Christmas Day to let the pins celebrate with their families. With each weekend comes the return of cosmic glow bowling, and each year brings annual fundraisers such as the Big Brothers Big Sisters Bowl-A-Thon. "It's a very electric environment," says Nick, reflecting on the scores of players and benefactors that come together each year to support the organization.