The three holes on a bowling ball represent the three phases of bowling: windup, release, and genuflection. Send a ball properly on its way with today's Groupon: for $20, you get two games of bowling (up to a $5.45 value/person a game) and shoe rental for up to four (a $2.80 value/person) at Palasad (up to a $61.92 total value). This Groupon is valid at the locations on Adelaide Street North and Pine Valley Boulevard. Groupon users who redeem by October 1 get 25% off up to $25 worth of classic fare and drinks at the restaurant, excluding alcohol.
Palasad draws players and diners into a retro, rock-’n’-roll-themed bowling alley outfitted with a sophisticated bar and restaurant. Up to four players battle 10-pin hordes for lane domination in two games of bowling, each combatant armed with chain-mail gauntlets and shod in rental shoes. Video screens keep score while a powerful sound system maintains ideal victory-dance decibels above the Adelaide Street location's 10 vintage lanes, dressed in dark panelling and brass return mechanisms. The Pine Valley Boulevard location, meanwhile, entices ball-hefting quartets with 20 regulation lanes lit by black lights, laser-light gutters, and 10 projection screens glowing with music videos and live footage of cross-stitching grandmothers.
Staff members dish up complete bar and restaurant service at both locations. Sink incisors into menu offerings including salads, sandwiches, and pastas, as well as wood-oven-fired barbecue and pizzas dressed in made-from-scratch tomato sauce. Players can also compare sphere-punishing techniques in games of billiards or try their hand at virtual-reality sock darning in the arcade.
Palasad also offers occasional discounts on games. Be sure to plan ahead to get the best value from your Groupon.
Palasad's striking citadel steeps rows of vintage, 10-pin lanes and gourmet kitchens in colourful 1960s charm. At Palasad South, black lights, lasers, and 10 projection screens propel vintage trappings into the future, when bowling will become the international language of diplomacy. Prize-heavy arcades, new ping-pong rooms with cushioned athletic floors, and Brunswick Gold Crown pool tables at both locations provide nonlinear entertainment. Parties of up to 500 guests may rent out a network of rooms, such as the La Fiamma Dining Room, where pizzas and wings roast in wood-fired ovens.