Bowling is like taking a road test: the only way to win is to knock over more obstacles than everyone else. Cruise to victory with today’s Groupon to any of BowlBowlBowl.com’s three alleys: Stardust Bowl in Addison, Hillside Bowl in Hillside, or Classic Bowl in Morton Grove. Choose from the following options:
For $43, you get a bowling outing for six people (up to an $86.50 total value), which includes the following:
- Two hours on one lane (up to a $54 total value).
- Six pairs of rental bowling shoes (up to a $3.75 value each for a $22.50 total value).
- A pitcher of beer or soda (up to a $10 value).
For $79, you get a bowling outing for 12 people (up to a $173 total value), which includes the following:
- Two hours each on two lanes (up to a $108 total value).
- 12 pairs of rental bowling shoes (up to a $3.75 value each for a $45 total value).
- Two pitchers of beer or soda (up to a $20 value).
BowlBowlBowl.com boasts three ideal environments in which ball-slingers of all abilities can practice their pin-leveling. Groups of six or 12 old friends or recently assembled humanoids can embark on a two-hour orb-slinging outing through 20 frames of healthy competition and rapidly escalating one-upmanship. Each roller receives his or her own pair of rental shoes replete with soft, smooth soles to facilitate sliding into each stroke and executing celebratory moonwalks. Groups of up to six play in each lane, toasting spares and strikes with swigs of soda or socially lubricating suds while automatic electronic scoring keeps pin wreckage reliably tallied. After two hours of pin-pounding, patrons can saunter to Hillside or Classic Bowl’s Club 300, or one of Stardust Bowl's four lounges, which offer up new frontiers for friendly competition such as pool, darts, and bowling ball-imitation breakdances. Each location unfurls its own unique accouterment, whether it’s Stardust’s whopping 84 lanes, Hillside’s DJ booth and dance floor, or Classic Bowl’s outdoor patio and light-and-sound saturated Rage Bowling on Friday and Saturday nights. At every location, bowlers can watch multiple high-definition TVs and a full-service bar is often patronized by tired pins on their shift break.