Bowling in South San Francisco


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  • Brentwood Bowl
    In Focus: Brentwood Bowl When it opened: 1951, the year scientists discovered that spheres roll Number of lanes: 16 Most affordable time to bowl: Mondays Available refreshments: burgers in the full-service coffee shop; beers and cocktails in the lounge Activities besides bowling: billiards and arcade games Tip for parents: Some of the lanes aren’t equipped with bumpers, so it might help to call ahead on busy days.
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    237 El Camino Real
    South San Francisco, CA US
  • Classic Bowling Center
    By the Numbers: Classic Bowling Center 60 lanes, meaning if every bowler just gets 5 points, the alley as a whole scores a perfect 300 2 a.m.—the time the alley closes on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays 1 DJ booth in the adjoining lounge, complete with dance floor and special-effects lighting 7 flat-screen TVs inside of KO Sports Bar & Lounge 8 beers on tap in the bar 4 quarters or more should be in your pockets when you step into the arcade
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    900 King Plz
    Daly City, CA US
  • Bel Mateo Bowl
    Bel Mateo Bowl, home to 24 newly-installed Murrey synthetic alleys, fully automatic scoring, brilliant LCD monitors, and automated bumper bowling, provides family-friendly pin pulverizing seven days a week. Black-lit lanes illuminate bowling balls as they travel down the center's slick alleys during Planet Bowl, held each Friday and Saturday evening and fueled by colorful lights, upbeat tunes, and gravity. In addition to hosting leagues and bowling camps for kids, the colorful bowling center stocks a snack bar and serves drinks at a cocktail lounge punctuated by big-screen TVs. The alley's arcade room, complete with glowing air-hockey table, driving games, and pinball, hosts gaming kids and inner children alike, and karaoke on Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday encourages lively covers of popular tunes and somber odes to fallen bowling pins.
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    4330 Olympic Ave
    San Mateo, CA US
  • Mission Bowling Club
    Picture a bowling alley and you might imagine some smoke-filled dump—in other words, the polar opposite of what Mission Bowling Club actually is. The owners have created a space that blends an upscale gastropub with a six-lane, lounge-style bowling alley where mixologists prepare drinks for bowlers seated at half-moon booths. After a few games, players head into the restaurant, where they feast on upscale takes on classic American fare. Dishes include the apple cider risotto, sausage corn dogs with habanera crema, and root-beer glazed duck breast. Though the lounge is usually 21 and over, kids and teens can enter with adults during family bowl on weekend afternoons. That’s also when the lounge prepares a full brunch menu, cooking up fried chicken and waffles, french toast with marscapone, and Dungeness crab Benedict. If the weather is nice, the front patio is a great place to enjoy the view or kickstart a petition to make bowling balls our new currency.
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    3176 17th St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Lucky Strike
    In Focus: Lucky Strike What it’s not: your grandpa's bowling alley. The sleek interior, modern equipment, and gourmet menu offer a contemporary twist on the old game. Location: across from AT&T Park Amenities: 12 lanes, projection screens, a 40-foot bar, and private party rooms Age policy: 21+ after 8 p.m. Dress code: Jerseys, hats, and work boots generally aren't allowed. Patrons should call the alley for more details. Payment: cash, credit, or the app TabbedOut Discounts: 10% for military and first responders
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    200 King St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Manor Bowl
    People have been tossing bowling balls down Manor Bowl?s 30 lanes since 1960. Open daily, the bowling center fills its lanes with leagues vying for the top spot, as well as groups of friends, families, and couples out for the night. A special youth program leads kids through 10 weeks of bowling with fun dress-up days and weekly awards such as Most Improved and Best Smelling Bowling Ball. The center?s designated party room refuels partygoers with pizza and pop in between rounds of bowling, and sends them off with T-shirts and souvenir bowling pins.
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    887 Manor Blvd
    San Leandro, CA US

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