People tend to check in during these times:
$4 per game, $3 for shoes
This place is great. Niece and nephews' Bday party here was a perfect venue.
Expensive, but nice. Bar staff are not the nicest.
Bowling is $4 each and shoes are $3 each - another $3 for socks
Get down there quick! Happy hour end promptly at six. :-)
Mountain of nachos available for purchase
Sunday morning breakfast with blood Mary and all the NFL games best spot to chill st
You had me at ' four player air hockey'
Great food and awesome service!!!
Shirley temple did not come with a cherry.... I repeat, did not come with a cherry.
Right off I-5 nice spot for Vantuckians to visit.
Have a Pomegranate Mojito!!!!
Bowling implies crappy food, pitchers of cheap beer, weird smells, and a case of athlete's foot. Grand Central removes all of that and achieves the impossible: a "classy" bowling ally.
I liked this place until they started playing Justin Bieber "Baby". Jokes aside, very clean, cozy, and the food is good.
Good vibe, but it can get a bit pricey, so watch your wallet.
If you come hear to bowl, your wasting your time. The lanes aren't very good at all. But if you hear for a party it's a great atmosphere. But super expensive...
Mac & Cheese. :-)
This place is big and cool with great staff and food! Karaoke and bowling to boot!
Definitely the place to go for sports. Great menu. Make sure your server is Dianah or Gina. Best servers in Portland.
Twelve modern lanes feature cozy couches, effortless computerized scoring, and giant HD projection screens for an entertaining and dynamic bowling experience.
World Cup championship game, what else? Still 0-0 in second half.
They buy every UFC, only $5 cover.
Definitely NOT the worst as far as Ladies' Rooms go in Portland.
Try Low Brow Bowling night. Also, a fun spot to watch sports on TV upstairs if you're with a large group.
The 80 ounce pitchers have their own tap and an ice core... Fantastic.
This place is huge. Videos play over the allies. Had a great time here. Little out of the way though