Kingpin Lanes facilitates retro revelry with 24 tenpin bowling lanes, leagues for men, women, and children, and an arcade stocked with video games. More than 10 television screens shine down into the facility, allowing bowlers to simultaneously watch sports and play a sport without having to ice-dance during a professional hockey game. After achieving a new high score in Kingpin's arcade, visitors can refuel at the in-house Brickhouse Pizza Company. Its specialties include classic pies in addition to sandwiches such as the Kingpin combo with ham, roast beef, salami, and provolone cheese.
For professional chiropractic services that go beyond pesky aches and pains, check out Bridgeton's Heeb Chiropractic and Wellness.
This chiropractor meets with its clients by appointment only, so make sure you schedule your service in advance.
For minor (or major) spinal adjustments, the chiropractic care at Heeb Chiropractic and Wellness is top-notch.
Towering alongside Clayton Road, the Tropicana Lanes sign has a vintage, weather-beaten look acquired after more than 50 years of welcoming visitors. Three generations of Richmond Heights bowlers have ventured into the facility during this time, scattering pins across the same 52 lanes that have hosted the nationally televised Professional Bowlers Tour. Owner and PBA Hall of Fame inductee Ray Bluth oversees the day-to-day operations of the alley—which, despite its retro disposition, sports modern extras such as automatic scoring and singing shoelaces, and is one of the largest alleys in the state. Between frames, bowlers can kick back inside the cocktail lounge, play in the game room, or munch on wings, nachos, and hot dogs from the snack bar.
Staff Size: 1 person
Average Duration of Services: 30–60 minutes
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The City of Maryland Heights Aquaport rivals many private water parks in size and variety of entertainment. Take, for example, the 8,000-square-foot family fun pool, complete with bubblers, sprinklers, and fountains, and the expansive lazy river, which could totally be a lake if it tried harder. Other attractions are built to summon up a little adrenaline. The tube slide shoots thrill-seekers through total darkness, and the flume slide exhilarates guests with sharp turns and twists. The Extreme Bowl provides the most thrills, dropping riders straight downward into a funnel-shaped bowl; they spin in ever-smaller circles until they slip out the bottom and splash into the pool below.
As a mother, certified personal trainer, and owner of more than one business, Kelly Porter doesn't the buy the "I'm too busy to exercise" excuse. Nevertheless, she makes it easy for her clients at PureFitness-STL to schedule a group class or private session, fitting workouts into morning and lunchtime slots. Her boot camps cater to visitors of all backgrounds with modifiable moves and a nonjudgmental vibe, which stresses the value of teamwork, partner drills, and squats that turn into trust falls. Kelly changes the routines daily to activate all of the body's muscles, but refrains from badgering her students. Though she provides the key ingredient of accountability, she insists that her patrons hit health milestones for themselves, not for her.