What You'll Get
The Flintstones were ahead of their time; they managed to convert rocks into perfectly round bowling balls and pebbles into part of a complete breakfast. Celebrate the former achievement with today's deal: for $75, you get a 10-person bowling party (a $272 value) at Pinsetter Bar & Bowl. The party package includes two hours of open bowling on two lanes, shoe rental for all guests, and six appetizers. Call ahead to schedule your lanes and appetizer selections, and get your collective roll on at any time you like, including premium weekend hours. There's no purchase limit for today's Groupon, so feel free to host a high school or state college reunion.
Gather up some lane mates for two hours of unlimited bowling, rental-shoe wearing, and high-fives across two spacious lanes ($172 value for 10 guests). In between frames, you can slink back to the scoring table to hang a fang on a tasty appetizer such as buffalo chicken bites, homemade guac and chips, quesadillas, cheeseburger sliders, and more; each party of 10 receives six appetizers carefully arranged across two platters ($100 value).
Nothing says party like noshing on platters of eats, hurling heavy objects at neatly arranged knick-knacks, and punching complicated arithmetic in its fancy, finagling face. With the user-friendliness of Qubica AMF scoring at Pinsetters, you and your guests are free to enjoy the finer aspects of the bowling alley, such as catching a sports game on the surrounding HD monitors, frantically gesturing at thrown balls to move to the left, or changing your scoreboard name to something subtly offensive.
After 9 p.m., all patrons must be 21 or older.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 1, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Tax and gratuity not included on additional purchases. Reservation required. Must be 21+ after 9 p.m. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Pinsetter Bar & Bowl
Pinsetter Bar & Bowl's 34 polished lanes reflect their speedy pin-setting machines and the feet of bowlers in soft-soled shoes speeding their balls toward pins. As competition thickens, guests gaze upward to see high-definition monitors broadcasting music videos and bowling stats compiled by the automatic scoring system. After successful rounds, a full bar and lounge wafts the scent of its gourmet fare toward the famished with its barbecue-pork sliders, mussels, and mac 'n' cheese bites. Private events also get special treatment, as guests recline on leather couches in the VIP lounge, which overlooks lanes to be used exclusively by partygoers and the bowling balls that love them.