Bowling is a great way to relax with friends while enjoying a little competitive spirit. Next time you’re looking for a few hours of fun, head out to one of these local bowling alleys and take a crack at those pins.
Bowlero The Woodlands
While it’s true that bowling alleys tend to have a reputation for being a little on the drab side, Bowlero will turn all your preconceptions on their heads. This bowling alley is decorated to the nines with a retro theme that will take you back to the days when bowling was the thing. They have also invested in creating leagues and social clubs in order to really bring some fun to the game. Further, their menu is off the charts. Don’t expect a cheap, greasy burger and fries here (though those have their charm). Instead, you’ll find huge cocktails that are meant to be shared, elegant mozzarella sticks, the perfect wings, and an epic nacho tower appropriately called Nacho Avalanche.
Main Event Shenandoah
When your inner child is screaming for some attention, this is the place to go. You’ll have a chance to play like a kid again, thanks to Main Event’s dedication to making everything fun. Decorated with bold colors and flashing lights, you’ll love the feeling of excitement the moment you step inside and pick up your bowling ball. If you get bored knocking the pins down, check out their tricked-out arcade with over 100 games, or try a game of billiards or laser tag. And after you’ve worked up an appetite, you can indulge in one of their towering burgers, and finish off your meal with a Campfire S’mores Skillet.
AMF Diamond Lanes
Just a short drive into Houston will land you at this fun bowling alley. It’s owned by Bowlero, which means you can expect the same level of quality here, from the food to the amenities. You’ll definitely want to check out their Sunday Funday event, which offers a discount to those who come in after 6 PM, and Monday Mayhem, in which you can buy an unlimited bowling pass after 7 PM and a discounted arcade card.
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