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Was there today great service! Clean place would highly recommend this bowling place
Service took too long
This is an old-school bowling alley. If you wanna take a break from bowling, enjoy the min arcade & the bar :P
Best bartender in Brooklyn
Cheap. Good for dates!
The bartender 💜
great Bowling alley and fine food
It's like stepping back in time. Really kept well, averagely priced.
Petes Special. That is all
This place is not hip, but I won't hold that against them. The terrible service, waiting over an hour even though they had open lanes, and shoddy equipment I will hold against them! Don't bowl here.
awesome place to bowl. get the fred special.
Great old-school bowling alley that also sells drinks. Perfect for neighborhood families & groups of 20-somethings, this place is just like Mark and Maple Lanes used to be. Cheap, too. Get the fries!
Probably one of the last old skool bowling alley left in the NYC. Classic 80's decor!
Bowling is fun
Tuesdays ladies bowl free! Don't miss it. They have a bar and pretty big alley for it's size
Make sure to say hi to the mutton-chopped bartender.
Open late every night of the week. Why not bowl at 10pm on a Monday?
You remember life before pretentious, 'classy' bowling? This place is it.
Small but quaint
Old school bowling glory. A must!
When bowling, try to stay focused in spite of both the awesome (vintage) and awful (current) music videos being played on the big screens.
The best family party venue this side of Park Slope.
I will always be a fan of this place.
Needs renovating but not a bad place to bowl.
There was a time, long, long ago when Brooklyn was full of bowling alleys. Now only a few remain and this one, in the same spot since 1958, is the real thing.
The rudest fucking pig works at the register here... Had to switch lanes three times and still nothing... No cash refunds... Terrible
Highlights of the food menu include curly fries and pizza. The pizzas are small though, you might need three.
Super cheap food and very friendly service, South Brooklyn style.
It's way too ghetto
My bowling alley. The only place for real bowling in New York City. None of that disco black-light bull shit.
Winner of Best Bowling Alley in the Village Voice 2011 Best Of issue! Sassy bartenders and glow-in-the-dark bowling - what more do you need?
Simple bowling alley. $37 for a couple 2 games with shoes $43 for 1 hr of bowling
Best bowling alley of all time. Make sure The Pete is working the bar. You'll never leave.
Simple, old-fashioned bowling alley that charms you with its vintage feel. While waiting for a lane, hang out with Pete their famous bartender.
Omg need to hire a different cook - food took way over an hour!
The staff here is great!!!
Pete- the only Bartender that will wear his famous penguin outfit NIGHTLY!
Ask for the Pete's Special. It comes in green, red, and purple. You can get rainbow too, but it ends up being purple. Also: you will end up very drunk and will feel insane, in a good way
Get Petey to show you his pictures from yesteryear and get the cheesies from the top right corner of the vending machine.
GREAT bowling alley. Cheap drinks. :) Great bartender.
Spend time at the bar with famous Brooklynite, Pete the bartender. Very formal cumberbun.
Thursday Nights - Pitchers half off!
have a pitcher of bud with the the eccentric, hilarious, cursing bartender, peter. you won't be disappointed.