If you love an afternoon at the movies, you'll love the cinemas at Amc Westwood Town Center Cinema in Rocky River.
With food just the way you like it, this theater elevates your restaurant experience just on the level of taste.
The perfect place to take the kids, this theater won't cost you a sitter.
Check out the cinematic offerings from Amc Westwood Town Center Cinema in their open-air screening space.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
The spacious, well-lit rink at Rocky River Recreation Department in Rocky River is your best choice for having a memorable, fun skating experience.
While you're enjoying this club, be sure to check out their amazing restaurant for a tasty meal.
This club welcomes kids, too, so you can feel good about bringing the whole family.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Rainy day? Head on over to General Cinema Theatres in Rocky River and check out that film you have been dying to see.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Get the whole gang together for a night at the show. Call General Cinema Theatres for tickets today!
At Fairview Lanes, balls thunder toward targets along 20 contemporary lanes, buffeting between bumpers or freewheeling by gutters during open bowling hours. At MoonRock bowling, pulsing music and radiance from lasers, disco balls, and black lights slice through darkness like the DJ's night vision goggles. On Friday and Saturday nights the music borders on edgy, but special glow bowling hours held during the day on Saturday and Sunday feature family-friendly music and videos. Café 220 stokes athleticism with fuel in the form of beer-battered cheese fries and fried pickle spears, and Mac's Pro Shop supplies essential bowling gear. The alley also hosts leagues for all ages and parties for any occasion.
CoolCleveland.com credits new owners Joe Pavlick, his wife, Emily Pavlick, his sister-in-law, Kelly Flamos, and Kelly's husband, Colin McEwen, with restoring Mahall's 20 Lanes to its former glory. All Ohio natives, they swooped in and resurrected the once flourishing alley with a fresh infusion of flair. In addition to an expanse of 20 lanes that sparkle between exposed-brick walls, they also refurbished two bars, a dining area, a stage for musical acts with "Mahall's" emblazoned in the background, and pool tables. Locals crowd around tables in the restaurant, chugging brews and chowing down on elote, a grilled ear of corn rubbed with spices. The walls flaunt a mural obscured for years by wallpaper, which Joe and Kelly uncovered during the restoration process. In the lanes, the old-timey method of manual scoring helps the alley maintain its vintage aura and makes automatic counters obsolete.