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.
333 S Alameda StLos Angeles, CA 90013
From Business: fun for the whole family venue including 24 lanes of bowling (with eight private lanes), a redemption arcade (featuring over 100 arcade games), a nine-table billi…
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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.
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.
Love love love this place. Simply just amazing. You have to experience yourself but you will not regret and fall in love.
186 US dollars Tony Bowls Ts11381 Glordanobridal.com