In the more than 30 years he’s spent at the helm of Four Seasons Bowling Center, George Mareina has learned that there’s only one thing people like better than bowling: baby back ribs. The alley’s Sports Look Restaurant and Sports Bar has been sizzling up the saucy eats since its addition in 1999, and the full-service restaurant is just one of many things that Mareina has added since taking over in 1978. Automatic scoring and pinsetters help keep the fun rolling by eliminating downtime between frames, and the nonsmoking environment makes it an appropriate hangout for bowlers of all ages.
Die-hard bowlers in need of new gear can also stop by the pro shop to browse accessories such as balls, bags, shoes, and corks with which to plug those pesky bowling-ball holes.
Open daily, Park Lanes Family Entertainment Center boasts 32 lanes that dare to go dark during weekend cosmic bowling hours. Recent renovations have also outfitted the lanes with new scoring systems and automatic bumpers. Beyond the lanes, the facility boasts a range of amenities, including a 4,000-square-foot arcade, nine outdoor batting cages, 40 HD televisions, and an onsite restaurant. Likewise, the onsite pro shop allows players to tame their game with top-notch gear and offers free advice on how to train the seven pin to roll over or play dead.
Your next meal awaits at Big Al's in Beaverton.
Youngsters don't need to sit out a trip to Big Al's — it's super family-friendly and perfect for little diners and their folks.
Noise levels at the restaurant can be ear-piercing, so save the't te- -t tes for another night.
If crowds aren't your thing, it's best to visit Big Al's during the slower weekday hours.
The food is prepared and packaged, just waiting for your pickup.
If parking is a concern, you'll be happy to hear that there are many convenient options in the area.
Big Al's' diners can store their bikes safely at the rack around the corner.
The Grill at Silver Creek Lanes treats bowlers and spectators to hearty American feasts. As diners watch bowlers haul spheres down alleys lit by blacklight and 135" projection screens, they can keep hunger at bay with slices of pizza and chicken strips. The menu also includes cheeseburgers and jumbo hot dogs, complemented by sides such as sample platters, cheese sticks, onion rings, and curly fries.
No matter if you're a serious league player or a kid learning how to bowl, PinbustterZ Family Fun Center has a lane that suits your needs. That's because the alley features 16 full-scale lanes where adults can refine their aim and curve-ball throwing, while the nearby cosmic alley keeps kids occupied. These glow-in-the-dark lanes are shortened so that growing arms can send balls whirring all the way to the pins without the hinderance of gutters or sand traps. In the nearby arcade, kids can further develop hand-eye coordination as they toss balls into skee balls machines, try their skills at Frogger, or braid their tickets into a friendship shirt.
For chow mein that's sure to impress, LuckyStrike Chinese Restaurant
serves top-rated fare.
Driving to the restaurant is easy as pie, and parking surrounds the area.
For upscale and delicious fare with a Chinese twist, look no further than LuckyStrike Chinese Restaurant.
There's a fortune of flavor waiting for you at LuckyStrike Chinese Restaurant, home of the best Chinese cuisine in town.