The staff at Suamico Ale House & Pro Bowl believes in the three Bs: bowling, beer, and burgers. As balls thunder down 1 of 48 lanes, patrons toast strikes with 1 of 21 draft beers or attempt to bribe the wizard inside each score-keeping computer with 1 of 11 burgers, each made with farm-raised hereford beef. Not content to stick to basics, Suamico Ale House jazzes up its menu with baked salmon, greek pizzas, and thai peanut-chicken sandwiches alongside staples of chicken wings slathered in 1 of 14 sauces such as pineapple habanero and Asian Zing. Sports games play on plasma screens in the pub area as competitive patrons settle bowling ties at the eatery's pool tables or dartboards.
Communities tend to like places that have good roots. That's one reason why Green Bay Press-Gazette readers voted the locally owned and operated Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley the 2012 Best of the Bay's Best Bowling Alley. For more than three decades, guests have flocked to the facility's 60 lanes to test their ball-rolling and pin-eating skills alongside friends and family. Each Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night, DJ Rusty Lee's tracks work with black lights and fog machines to create a nightclub-like cosmic bowling experience.
The black lights are always on within The Gutter. Pins and neon decor glow bright across the bowling alley's 48 lanes, which are always available for open bowl. Comfy couches let players recharge their stamina bars between turns, and high-definition projector screens show sports over the lanes. The Gutter also boasts a full restaurant, where more HD screens surround visitors as they munch on meat-lovers' pizza, burgers, pasta, and other entrees.
If you're looking for something other than dinner and a movie, pick your ball and bowl your best at Green Bay's Willow Creek Bowling Lanes.
Drivers can make use of the parking lots near Willow Creek Bowling Lanes.