Bowling. Now, up until a few years ago, we were still using bumpers. But, we’re proud to say, at the ripe old age of 30 we can now hit the pins without using them—a few of them anyway. Here are some of the best places, voted by you, on Long Island to get your bowling on.
Long Islanders Voted Syosset Lanes in Syosset the Best Bowling Alley on Long Island!
111 Eileen Way
Bowling is great. You get to throw things, knock things down, make noise and no one yells at you. What could be better? A Big Bowl Margarita and a bucket of beer—if you’re mom and dad. Lights, music, extreme bowling challenges—if you’re a kid. So, if your only memories of bowling alleys are those old cigarette machines, a snack counter and those little pencils, here’s what makes Syosset Lanes number one: burgers, egg rolls, sliders, all-you-can-eat pizza weekends, light shows, music, drinks and games. And wait, there’s bowling too! It’s a great place for the whole family to, erm, have a ball.
2nd Place – North/South Levittown Lanes, 100 Schoolhouse Rd., Levittown, 516-731-5700. 56 Tanners Ln., Levittown, 516-735-3900. www.levittownbowling.com
Featuring a large number of open lanes, a wide variety of bowling balls, and an overall fun atmosphere, North/South Levittown Lanes is a great place for a night out. This bowling alley is perfect for birthday parties, camp trips or just a fun filled activity for the whole family to enjoy.
3rd Place - Massapequa Bowl & Lounge, 4235 Merrick Rd., Massapequa. 516-541-8000. www.massapequabowl.com
Located right by All-American Burger, Massapequa Bowl & Lounge is a great destination for those seeking a fun night out with family, friends or both. Serving great food and drinks, Massapequa bowl provides the perfect environment for a fun time and also is a great place to throw a party.
National – 300 Long Island, 895 Walt Whitman Rd., Melville. 631-271-1180. www.300longisland.com
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