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What You'll Get
Wealthy people sometimes install bowling alleys in their homes, alongside walk-in humidors and rooms where a bunch of old men trade life stories. Roll with the big shots with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $19.99 for $40 worth of bowling, billiards, and shoe rentals
- $28.99 for $60 worth of bowling, billiards, and shoe rentals
- Click here for more information on pricing and the dress code.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit, per party. Valid only for option purchased. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid towards food and drink, gift cards, special events, or retail. Not valid on holiday weekends, holidays, or during private events. Valid only at Rosemont location. Kings is 21+ after 6pm daily. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Kings- Rosemont
Like a Picasso portrait of a bowling alley, Kings presents many facets stitched together seamlessly. Within the vibrant 27,000-square-foot interior, ‘70s supernova-style chandeliers and overstuffed lounge seating hark back to the retro roots of Americana while more than 50 big-screen HDTVs and projectors inject a spike of modern, technology-driven society. Above 20 bowling lanes, whose oil glistens under colored lights, sports stream so that not a play is missed. Three billiards tables, on the other hand, rest in a lounge area that is relatively private, cut off from the rest of the world and the crash of pins by muted red walls. This lounge area also is home to the new shuffleboard table as well. Kings has hosted thousands of parties at locations across the country since its opening, and has private party rooms, where six bowling lanes lit with black lights complement the dotted light spread by a spinning disco ball.
Though kids are welcome to bowl and eat, the decor begins a message that ends with the 21+ policy in the evenings: this is not the average bowling alley. On granite topped tables amid the dining area's curtain-draped walls, patrons can dine on a menu of pizza, burgers, and ribs. Outside, chrome-topped tables dapple the patio, beckoning young lovers or negotiating world leaders to enjoy a specialty cocktail—such as the Big Balls for Two—or share an ice-cream float.