Brunswick Zone has been a trusted name in bowling for more than a century, whether the occasion is a night out with friends or an afternoon with the kids. Patrons can enjoy a game of traditional bowling fun while sampling snack bar treats, or they can discover the excitement and interactive entertainment of Brunswick Cosmic Bowling – a full-sensory sports experience featuring black-lit lanes, dance-worthy music, and whirling neon lights.
A perfect place for a family night or a romantic date, head on over to Downers Grove's Tivoli Bowling Lanes(Parent) for some bowling excitement!
If you've worked up an appetite, no worries! This alley also has a fabulous restaurant.
Got kids? No problem at Tivoli Bowling Lanes(Parent)! This alley is a fantastic spot for families to hang together.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
In October 1957, the owners of Suburbanite Bowl watched their dream become a reality as they opened the doors of their brand-new center perched atop a swampy piece of land at the end of a gravel road. Since then, Suburbanite Bowl has undergone multiple renovations and has doubled their lane space. Today the 32-lane center is outfitted with a modern Bose music system and automatic scoring for those with pencil phobias. Home to open bowling and leagues geared toward all demographics, the center garnered praise from Centerstage for its black-light bowling, when music "well-suited for busting out a cocky strut" blares across glowing lanes. The festivities unfold on Friday and Saturday nights after 10 p.m.
Players can also compete in Bill and Frank's Game Room, where classic and contemporary arcade games and an LCD TV border four softly lit pool tables. Nearby, the snack shop caters onsite parties and helps bowlers power throwing arms without having to plug them into a wall socket.
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If a bite's all you're after, then you'll want to stop by this alley for a delicious fill of their home-cooked food.
Go ahead and bring your rug rats with you — this alley has kid-friendly policy.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
On Friday and Saturday, Fox Bowl transforms from a brightly lit bowling alley into an activity-filled nightclub equipped with laser lights, disco lights, fog machines, and a 10-foot screen broadcasting family-friendly music videos. This is cosmic bowling, a party-like event that begins early in the afternoon and extends late into the evening, allowing all ages to enjoy futuristic entertainment without having to watch robots perform cabaret acts. League opportunities are also available for both children and adults, as are private bowling lessons with USBC-certified instructor Gregg Zicha. During lessons, Gregg collaborates with digital video-analysis software and calls upon more than 20 years as a PBA member to help to perfect each student's form. He also reveals techniques that have led him through 47 perfect 300 games and two USBC national championships.