Bowling in Liberty


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  • Retro Bowl
    Heavy spheres race down smooth, wood lanes to crash into pins and deliver the celebratory, clattering sound that can only be associated with a strike. Bowlers reenact this scene countless times each day at Retro Bowl, where guests come together to enjoy the timeless art of recreational collisions. On Friday and Saturday nights, Retro Bowl staffers activate black lights and popular tunes for cosmic bowling, creating a dark, neon-accented ambiance that allows hurlers to prepare for bowling contests on Mars or in Batman Forever. Retro Bowl complements its waxy lanes with other indoor gaming equipment, including 5’x7’ pool tables and an arcade with air hockey, racing, and Dance Dance Revolution games. Outside of the bowling complex, the mechanical hurlers of six batting cages hurl softballs in fast- and slow-pitch trajectories and baseballs anywhere from 45 to 90 miles per hour. Guests can stave off hunger and flaunt their ability to use pool cues as silverware while enjoying burgers, sandwiches, and snacks from the Retro Bowl restaurant.
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    906 W Liberty Dr.
    Liberty, MO US
  • Diamond Bowl
    Diamond Bowl, a refreshing fusion of bowling alley and robust restaurant, serves as a hangout for pin-battering rollers hungry for lane-thundering action and thirsty for food. Games ($5) on Diamond?s eight lanes keep hook-happy fingers limber, and shoes ($3) safeguard feet from toe-stomping sore losers. Follow up your fourth turkey with tangible foodstuffs from Diamond's full menu, such as the blackened-salmon sandwich on a kaiser roll ($7.99), the well-rounded bowling burger ($7.49), or the crispy chicken-tender salad ($8.99). Serious contenders can take a break from finger calisthenics to enroll in one of Diamond Bowl's leagues, and casual players can pair their match play with drinks from Diamond?s fully stocked bar, or they can watch a less phalange-intensive sport on one of nine crystalline HD TVs. Hourly games are also available.
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    218 N Osage St
    Independence, MO US
  • Ward Parkway Lanes
    Ward Parkway Lanes facilitates retro-inspired entertainment throughout the week with a well-maintained array of synthetic bowling lanes equipped with all-ages-friendly bumpers. Rock & Bowl takes place each Saturday and Sunday, featuring music selected and spun by live local DJs. In addition to bowling, the alley houses a full bar and grill, a billiards room, a video arcade, and a full-service pro shop for folks looking to pick up bowling bags, shoes, and balls to replace the ones they lost in the alley's challenging water hazards.
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    1523 W 89th St.
    Kansas City, MO US
  • Gladstone Bowl
    Voted Best Bowling on the Kansas City A-List in 2008 and 2009, Gladstone Bowl has entertained strikers, rollers, and turkeys for more than 50 years. Ditch the usual weekend routine of sitting at home in the dark and come experience galactic bowling, where you can bowl in the dark. Gladstone Bowl is transformed as black lights hypnotize regular lights into setting the alley aglow. Send radiant comets shooting down a glimmering lane as neon lights tango with the pins. Spirited music sets rental-clad feet in motion, and automatic scoring flashes above each sleek lane on an overhead screen, announcing winners, losers, and innovatively concise nicknames.
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    300 NW 72nd St
    Kansas City, MO US
  • Ranch Bowl
    The newly renovated Ranch Bowl fuels friendly competition with fully automated lanes, flat-screen TVs, and on-site eats at Ranch Bowl bar and grill. Throughout the week, the alley's smoke-free policy encourages families to unwind and breathe deep as they roll their way toward pin-crushing dominance. The center hosts both casual and competitive leagues to keep bowlers on their toes. And to keep aliens confused and cooperative, Ranch Bowl maintains Kosmic bowling hours on Friday and Saturday nights.
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    5604 State Ave.
    Kansas City, KS US
  • Lunar Bowl
    Lunar Bowl casts a nebular net across rounds of pin punishment, which unravel daily across 32 bowling lanes. The non-smoking, the 38,000-square-foot facility has played host to the PBA National Tour twice, including the tour's nationally televised finals and nontelevised slip 'n' slide experiments in the 11th frame. The center's celestial theme soars over into The Blue Moon Lounge, where bowlers can take a break from strikes and spares to watch big games or create deep-space shadow puppets on a 150-inch HD projector screen. Lunar Bowl drifts further into intergalactic realms with laser-lit cosmic bowling and a newly built arcade buzzing with the chimes of new high scores.
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    2001 Nw 7 Hwy
    Blue Springs, MO US

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