I bowled at this place as a kid when it was a dark, smokey bowling alley. The place is really opened up now with a unique open- beam ceiling, large bar, groovy artwork, and a glass wall on the front that can open on to the front deck, complete with a fireplace.
We hit happy hour (3 to 6 weekdays) and enjoyed $5 nachos, a huge bowl of edamame, and tasty sliders. They offer good house wines and a huge beer selection. The downside is it is still a loud bowling alley, but it is now light and open and smoke free with much better food choices and spacious seating.
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