Roll into Atlanta Station’s new bowling alley for a smashing good time.
Need to channel all the pent-up election-fueled anxiety into something fun and a tad bit destructive? Swing into the Bowlero at Atlanta Station, and smash some pins while sipping on a bowling-ball-sized fishbowl cocktail for a start.
Atlanta Station’s recently opened Bowlero isn’t your average bowling alley. With 34 lanes under blacklight, complete vintage lounge seats, the alley is the nostaglia-seekers new hangout. If you have difficulty breaking a double-digit score without the help of bumpers, you can sit back and sip on 123 ounces of liquid courage with their Dunk Tank cocktail. You could also cut your losses and hit their sports bar, decked in HD TVs to focus on different sports while ordering from their array of craft beers, wine, and other non-fishbowl-sized cocktails.
Bowlero’s culinary menu is equally as eclectic as the alley itself. For starters, their kitchen offers a signature 6-pound behemoth burger – probably also meant to be shared. Additionally, patrons can choose from their Lamb Lollipops, Pizza Cake – a 9-inch-high layered pizza pie filled with gooey mozzarella, tomato sauce, pepperoni, sausage, and meatball, and sweet-honey-Sriracha-glazed Shrimp Poppers. Of course, their menu also features bowling alley go-tos with not-cake sized pizza, chicken wings, veggie spring rolls, and more.
If bowling isn’t your game, the alley also features a state-of-the-art arcade packed with old-school classics such as Mario Kart, Pac-Man, pinball, and many more.
Bowlero regularly holds themed nights throughout the week with special discounts and pricing including Sunday Funday, which includes $4.09 games of bowling and $3 arcade games deals after 6 pm. On Mondays, unlimited bowling is available at $15.89 per person with shoes included and $3 arcade cards after 7 pm. College kids can also get at it on Thursdays with $15.89 unlimited bowling with the above included as well as $2 pizza slices, hot dogs, and pints!