Brooklyn >Brooklyn Bowl
“Good place, good prices !”
A bowling alley in name only, Brooklyn Bowl is really a restaurant, a concert venue, and one of the social centers of Williamsburg. But you can bowl there if you want to.
My 5 year old had a bad slip and fall here. He badly injured his face and needed to go to the emergency room. He nearly broke his cheek. It took 5 days for anyone from Brooklyn Bowl to call us back. Finally we got a call from Steven (D.O.) who quickly stated "were not responsible" and that "Kids just get hurt" . I never expected such terrible guest relations from a place.
drinks, good food bowling... who could ask for more?. this place was amazing i had a great time with my friends and im definitely coming back. it was everything i could ask for on a saturday night (sad).
lots of fun with friends, place a little congested. good atmosphere great middle eastern music my only grievance is that the place got a little crowded but that must mean that business is good!
Best venue in the world!. Best venue in the country, maybe the world. I am here at least 5 times a month and it is always a blast. Best food, beers and bowling in the hood. Bowlive 2 starts tonight! Be there!!!!!
Good place, good prices !.
Me and my friends had a very good time there ! Love the place, its style.
But unfortunately, it was sooo noisy !
Best bowling experience in NYC. This is the best bowling in NYC!
High-tech bowling alley and concert venue.. It’s hard not to be impressed with the sheer spectacle of this 23,000-square foot bowling alley. Sixteen lanes, outfitted with leather couches and HD projection screens, stretch out inside the former iron works building, complemented with a 600-person capacity music venue, a restaurant and a cocktail lounge. The food goes way beyond normal bowling alley fare, courtesy of the Bromberg brothers’ Blue Ribbon restaurant group, which provides a menu that includes everything from fried chicken to a half-rack of ribs. Details like exposed brick walls, repurposed glass from the Brooklyn Navy Yard and Coney Island-style bric-a-brac give the otherwise slick establishment the requisite dose of vintage style that Williamsburg demands.
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