Food and drinks
Our kitchen is open from 3pm to 10pm, offering retro diner food like hamburgers and milkshakes, as well as healthier options, from pasta to eggplant parmesan. Our town has a significant vegetarian populace, and we want them to be able to enjoy bowling and snacking as much as any other customer. Starting at 5pm, we will also have a bartender to serve beer and wine and to make a limited selection of mixed drinks. Our combination nostalgic/upscale/modern menu is precisely what helps to make Bowled Away a destination spot, and our experienced chef is always excited to share her numerous ideas for seasonal specials using local ingredients.
A Beginner’s Guide
Are you someone who wants to learn how to bowl, but you’re kind of embarrassed to admit it to others and to yourself, because you think you’re way too old to still be learning how? Well, let us help you with our fun Beginner’s Program. The Beginner’s Program is designed to be full of excitement, so much so that you’re bound to forget about all that embarrassment (which was imagined, to begin with). We’ll guide you through everything – choosing your shoes, your ball, and many other concerns. What’s more, you get to make friends with fellow beginners, too.
If your kid is restless especially in the summer, because school is out and there’s really nothing to do at home, then feel free to drop by and inquire about out Summer Program here at Bowled Away. With the Summer Program, we hope to convince the young to take a more active lifestyle, and to have something real to do, other than be online all the time.
If you have any further questions, feel free to visit us at Bowled Away. Our friendly and engaging staff are more than willing to listen to you and to answer you the best way they can. See you here.