New York's alleys do an amazing job combining the bowling, dining, and nightlife all wrapped up into one, making the lanes a hip place to be for the first time in decades!
Lucky Strike has aimed to recreate the fun and feel of classy bowling alleys—like Hollywood Star Lanes, most well-known for its cameo in The Big Lebowski—with 21 artfully crafted locations throughout the country.624-660 W 42nd Street
Featuring a spectacular, purple-lit 32-lane bowling alley, Bowlmor Chelsea Piers is a genuine site to be seen. In addition to bowling for fairly reasonable hourly rates, you can also choose from delicious dining choices prepared under the direction of Executive Chef, Thomas Erdma...Pier 60<BR>23rd & West Side Highway (at 21st Street on the Westside)
Of all the things for a bowling alley to be—and Brooklyn Bowl is many things: live music venue, eatery, bar—the first LEED-certified "green" bowling alley is one of the most unique. As with most things in Williamsburg, the Bowl is housed in a renovated factory and offer...61 Wythe Street
What we would call a "Bowler's Bowling Alley" if it weren't for the fact that it is really a "Bowler's Drinking Establishment." The Gutter is for adults - so no children allowed! - which is no sin for an establishment that has the vibe of a bar while sporting ...200 N 14th Street (between Berry and Wythe)
Bowling, Billiards, Drinking, Dancing what more do you want! Frames provides a chic lounge, with a dress code, a dance floor, billiards, and, indeed bowling! Tucked in the charming bowels of the Port Authority Bus Terminal (Southwest Corner of 40th and 9th, 2nd Floor near Gate 23...550 9th Avenue (at 40th Street)
Old school neighborhood bowling dive in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. You get a feel for the "old Brooklyn" when a fedora was a fedora and not an accessory. Cheap drinks at the bar, where the locals cheer on the New York teams, and, of course bowling. Staff there can be a bit ...461 37th Street (bet. 4th and 5th Avenues)