Bowling in Omaha

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  • Maplewood Lanes
    Jeanne and her brother, John, smile as they look out over the 36 honey-hued lanes at Maplewood Lanes, where three generations of their family work and swap tales accumulated since the business?s inception in 1976. The center's crew presides over the lanes, helping young players lower automatic bumpers and robots compose love letters to scoring systems. Between frames, bowlers refuel in the bar and grill, which pours imported beers alongside hand-tossed pizzas. The sound of clinking glasses and scattering pins form a percussive soundtrack that drifts out to the patio, which is open year round thanks to radiant heat, fire pits, and fences that keep out tourists trying to see changing leaves.
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    3030 N 101st St
    Omaha, NE US
  • Chop's Bowl
    The moment the ball hits the pins, a small burst of thunder crashes down the lane, joining the bowler?s cheers. Another strike has been earned at Chop?s Bowl, a 12-lane bowling alley that offers novices the use of bumpers. On Saturday nights, strobes lights illuminate the lanes as guests partake in cosmic bowling, select choice tunes on a jukebox, and divvy up piping-hot pizzas and other snacks.
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    2518 S 13th St
    Omaha, NE US
  • Thunderbowl
    Throughout the week, Thunderbowl puts its signature twist on the classic game of bowling with a lineup of themed leagues and events. Orchestrated by the alley's staff, the league roster includes the Golden Agers senior league, the Ladies Night Out league, and the Have-A-Ball league, which comprises teams of one adult and one child. Events include a carnival day held in August, which includes revelry and a chance to win prizes. At Thunderbowl's snack bar, the kitchen crew fuels bowlers to prevent them from hiding marshmallows in the finger-holes of their bowling balls by crafting specialty burgers, pizzas, and sandwiches such as a patty melt with grilled onions and a chicken philly.
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    1900 Madison Ave
    Council Bluffs, IA US
  • Papio Bowl
    Papio Bowl features synthetic lanes and new electronic scoring systems designed to make the game as seamless and enjoyable as possible. During open bowling, friends and family vie against one another in 10-frame games while taking breaks to chow down on pizza and burgers from the grill. On select nights, Papio Bowl also goes dark for cosmic bowling.
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    204 E Lincoln St.
    Papillion, NE US
  • Sempeck's Bowling & Entertainment
    Sempeck's Bowling & Entertainment throws open its doors and beckons fun seekers inside an expansive facility to steer go-karts down an indoor track, bob and weave in a two-story laser-tag arena, and bowl on lanes that transform into cosmic-themed extravaganzas every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night. Inside the fun factory lies a video-game arcade equipped with skee-ball, crane games, and prizes for anyone who can slay the three-headed prize guard. After fierce competitions, high-definition TVs and frosty beverages await players in the Sparetime Sports Bar & Restaurant, an in-house eatery.
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    20902 Cumberland Road
    Elkhorn, NE US
  • Sun Valley Lanes
    You won't be disappointed at Lincoln's Sun Valley Lanes, where well-prepared eats and delicious drinks rule the menu. For those who love to shake it, hit the restaurant dance floor and show off some of your best moves. Those searching for a quiet dinner scene may have better luck elsewhere, as the restaurant tends to get rather noisy. Prepare to face the crowds if you visit on the weekend — Friday and Saturday are Sun Valley Lanes' busiest days. Don't fret! Parking options are readily available near Sun Valley Lanes.
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    321 Victory Ln
    Lincoln, NE US

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