Ok we haven't bowl in sometime, and wow the cost at least at the alley was extremely high. $50 for three people for one hour. Geez what happened to $2-3 games. Anyhow we did have fun. Alley seemed clean and machines worked well.
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It's a great atmosphere and the menu selection is plentiful. But the food and service are just ok. We all tried something different and the best thing was the fried jalapenos. My daughter had the shrimp po boy and the bread was so old it...More
This was a great place to go and bowl. The fact that drinks and food were part of the evening made it an even better experience. Frankly, the food isn't the greatest...but it was ok. Who goes to a bowling alley for haute cuisine anyway?
hot dog and chili and slaw is really good - all kinds of beer - bowling is half price Sunday night - great family entertainment
I had some friends visiting from out of town. We made a trip to the Nature Museum & since I'd heard 10 Park Lanes had been getting great reviews on the food, we decided to stop for lunch. We had 4 adults & 3 kids...More
We visited at around 7pm Sat, and it was busy but not so busy one couldn't get a lane or two. This is definitely a place a family can come and enjoy some time out, but there are some drawbacks if you want a traditional...More
I liked the liveliness of the place, the atmosphere (except for the screaming kids), the bowling and the beer, but wow the cost was a shocker. 4 people for 2 games, was over $60 for bowling alone... and the draft beer was quite overpriced too....More
Stopped in for a game with a group of friends. It has a party atmosphere with great dance music and bar. The lanes were dark. It would have been nice to have some disco lights/ white light, etc. It was a good time. We did...More
This place was rockin. The bowling area was busy, the music was jam min' and the bar was hoppin. Their food is amazing, southern style and homemade. They smoke their BBQ in house out back. The young man that was working the pro shop, was...More