There are a lot of life lessons you can learn from bowling. Stepping over the line can lead to trouble. Be careful or you may end up in the gutter. Accuracy is more important than brute force. But the most important lesson is: bowling is a ton of fun! Whether you bowl in a league or just bowl at the occasional birthday party, nothing beats the feeling of a strike. Check out one of these Midtown area bowling alleys for a night of fun and friends.
Birthday party, office outing, random weeknight… whatever the occasion, Midtown Bowl is the place to be. Since 1960, Midtown Bowl has been the go-to bowling alley in the Midtown area. It you want to dive into the bowling world and take things up a notch, try joining a team in the coed social bowling league, Better Off Bowling. There’s not pressure, only fun.
The Painted Duck
The Painted Duck is unlike any bowling alley you’ve ever been to. This upscale recreation hall offers a kind of bowling you likely aren’t used to: duckpin bowling. The pins are shorter and slightly wider than in regular bowling and the ball is about ⅓ the size. It gives a kind of old-timey feel to the game that is quite fun! While you’re there, try the other games available, like Belgian Feather Bowling (similar to Bocce ball), horseshoes, shuffleboard, or snookball (like billiards, but with soccer balls). This is the perfect place to unwind at the end of the week, or to bring your friends you want to impress.
When you are looking to hit the lanes on a budget, Tech Rec is calling your name. This bowling alley on the Georgia Tech campus is open to the public, and offers bowling for as little as $2.79 a game. If the lanes are full, you can pass the time at one of the many pool, foosball, and ping pong tables. And don’t forget to check out their daily specials for even deeper discounts!
All of these Midtown area lanes offer fun for all ages. Try one out and make your night a strike!