Went here on a Saturday night....the crowd was quite diverse in age, ethnicity, to gender categories....We pretty much shut the place down-----after 9:30 or so, they will require you to show a photo ID to gain entrance. Once inside, there was a wealth of teams playing, chatting, or hanging out. Many families were present....which was kinda puzzling...to see SO many out with such young children beyond 1AM. Different times......different parenting.
After 10, they lower the lights in the bowling area, crank-up the sounds and dispay videos on a JUMBO screen. It was kinda cool to SEE videos....these days you kinda ONLY hear the songs..so to see various artists performing was cool. In the bar area, it was only one bartender and although he tried to keep a grasp on things....your wait could be a lengthy one at times..but with such GOOD prices you kinda didn't care. The TVs around ALL seemed to be running sum basketball event, to at least display the Olympics, news, or something else would've been cool.
There is ample parking, security at the door, and walking around the parking lot.
It is located directly behind a Wal-Mart and minutes away from LAFB.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.