Great bowling alley with carnival games, pool table, full bar, quality snacks, and loads of parking. Mondays they got an unlimited bowling special for about $18. Wednesdays are league night. Thursdays are college night. The staff are super nice! From memorial day thru labor day they ran a special for $45 for unlimited days at all bowlero locations for 3 games/day. So after 3 days it's paid for itself. Makes bowling really fun!! ���� Also, there's a Ralph's next door, so it's easy to get snacks and drinks if you want something super specific.
8731 Lincoln BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90045
Great bowling alley with carnival games, pool table, full bar, quality snacks, and loads of parking. Mondays they got an unlimited bowling special f…
I discovered this place by an accident while I was reading an article "15 Best Places to Meet Singles in Los Angeles" on https://www.flirt.com/ and as a life-link bowling fan I was forced to make a visit. Long story short - I loved it. By the way it is a place where Big Lebowski was shot and this fact only makes it cooler for me. It has become my go-to place in LA, highly recommend it to everyone.
The ambiance of this place is the draw. You feel like you have transported to a different time & place. Decent pizza.
This place is new but is really good. The items are fresh and you make your bowl to your liking. One of the best lunch options near USC.
What an amazing throwback! A bowling alley with an authentic vintage-steampunk vibe. The best way to score lanes is to book a group reservation well in advance. It's not cheap at more than $100 a head, but for two hours of bowling plus unlimited food and drinks, it actually squares up okay. The food's decent -- mostly pizzas with things like meatballs and burgers added in. But you're really going here for the atmosphere and a fun night out with friends. (Fun place to people watch even if you don't end up bowling). This place gets crowded, which means service can be slow, but they graciously tacked more time onto our two hours of food and drink when we waited 25 minutes for the first round of cocktails to arrive.
I have reason to believe these guys may be running a scam operation and the general manager, German Melgar is crooked. They overcharged me by $40 for a game of bowling. When I went to speak with German, he told me to write an email and he would look into it in 2-3 days. After 2-3 days of not hearing back, I sent a second email and he responded saying he'll look into it and get back to me. About 10 days have passed now and I have not heard back. One game of bowling plus shoes at that time was about $12. I was charged $60. I assume this must happen often and German may think people won't notice or brush it off but not me. This may be why German is not getting back to me. PLEASE CHECK YOUR CHARGES OR BETTER YET, GO SOME PLACE ELSE.You can see evidence of the charges and email's below:http://nickvaldivia.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Screenshot_2015-12-18-16-34-52.pnghttp://nickvaldivia.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/bowlero-email.jpg
Yes, this place is a bit pricey. With that out of the way, I've enjoyed the clean environment and quick service with food and drinks. We've only ordered drinks the few times and they were quite alright. They've got a sports bar which could be fund to hang out with buddies and kick it on a weeknight.