For a mouthwatering meal you're sure to love, Cascade Lanes Lounge & Casino in Renton is the place to be.
Take advantage of the quick and easy parking near Cascade Lanes Lounge & Casino.
Prices at Cascade Lanes Lounge & Casino are moderate — most diners plunk down about $30 per meal.
Strike, spare, who cares? Bowling is always fun at Bellevue's Lucky Strike.
Don't worry about packing a snack. This alley has a great restaurant so you can keep the fun going.
Cheer on your favorite team at Lucky Strike, a local restaurant with TVs.
Treat yourself to your favorite tasty beverage or one of our flavorful signature drinks.
There's often a DJ spinning as well, and patrons are encouraged to step out on the dance floor.
A tad noisy, the alley is well-suited for those who don't mind a little extra hustle and bustle.
Weekend customers, beware! The alley is busiest on Friday and Saturday, so getting seated will take some time.
At Lucky Strike, you can easily find parking in the lot next door.
There are bowling alleys where you can go and just bowl. And then there's ACME Bowl—a 51,000-square-foot facility that contains two alleys, as well as an arcade, billiards room, two shuffleboard tables, multiple dining areas, and a bar—where you can do more, and often simultaneously. At any of The Alley's 30 glittering lanes, for example, you can have food delivered lane-side from the on-site restaurant, The Break Room. The Break Room's lineup of Big Lebowski nachos, sweet chili Thai pizzas, and lavish burgers gives your non-bowling hand something to do besides write a condolence card for the pins' family.
Private parties, meanwhile, can settle in away from the crowd at Seven10, a private lounge with 10 lanes flanked by leather couches and 150" projection screens. Smaller HD screens are mounted above nine-foot Brunswick pool tables at Q Billiards, broadcasting everything from NBA to World Cup games. The entire family-friendly venue is non-smoking.
Time has a way of slowing down inside Skyway Park Bowl. People hold their breath for those few moments after they release their bowling balls. In the Lucky Dragonz Poker Room, dealers run frequent Texas Hold'em tournaments. The air is ripe with anticipation, especially when there's an opportunity to win some money, as happens regularly.
Other evenings bring more special events. On Thursdays, cosmic bowl turns on the black lights. Karaoke takes place every night, and live bands show up on weekends, like office workers who want to beat Monday traffic. The nightclub room doubles as a dining destination, where an onsite restaurant serves BBQ duck noodle soup and other Vietnamese cuisine. The nightclub room can also be rented for weddings, birthday parties, and other events.
West Seattle Bowl's lanes are a piece of West Seattle history, even if they don't look it at first glance. Strip away the modern scoring system, the updated decor, and 18 of the now 32 lanes, and it's easy to imagine the families of pilgrims bowling at the alley's grand opening in 1948. Since those early days. West Seattle Bowl has benefited the community beyond just giving it a fun place to rack up Xs and /s. The owners regularly host charity-bowling events, which have brought in roughly $100,000 annually during recent years.
West Seattle Bowl is as much about specials as it is about good old-fashioned bowling. Weekenders can take advantage of Sunday mornings' "Breakfast & Bowl," for example, where the on-site Highstrike Grill serves up two complimentary games of bowling with its eggs.
Knock them pins down at Woodland Park Lawn Bowling Club in Seattle!
Check out this alley's restaurant, where you can stay for lunch or grab your meal to go.
You won't need to get a sitter before heading to this alley — kids are more than welcome at this family-friendly establishment.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
When it comes to bowling in Seattle, you're sure to find your lucky strike at Woodland Park Lawn Bowling Club.