As Winter’s chill settles over the city, ’tis the season to find clever and creative ways to avoid cabin fever. Grab your socks and bundle up the babes, as we rounded up a bevy of bowling spots to score some family-friendly fun.
Stars and Strikes
With bowling, laser tag, arcade games, a full menu and more you’ll want to plan a full day here. And if your entire family is looking for a Friday evening activity, Stars and Stripes offers unlimited play for only $18.99 from 5PM-close. Your kids will love it so much you may end up planning your next birthday soiree here!
Locations: Cumming, Dacula, Dallas, Stone Mountain, and Sandy Springs. Click here to find the location nearest you.
If you’re looking for bowling without the added hoopla of arcade games, then Midtown Bowl is for you. Stepping inside, you’re welcomed by the charm of a 1970’s colorful, retro-chic bowling alley with lane tables that sit up to six and a jukebox (note: an explanation of what a jukebox actually is may be required for your children!)
Address: 1936 Piedmont Circle, NE
With locations throughout Atlanta, you’re never far from your next bowling game. Brunswick has the entire experience down to perfection with something fun for everyone – bowling, billiards, video games, amazing food and more.
Address: 785 Old Roswell Rd., Roswell; or 6345 Spalding Dr., Norcross
Phone: 770-998-9437 (Roswell), or 770-840-8200 (Norcross)
Formally known as 300 and hailed by the Atlanta Falcons as a, “First Class Bowling Venue”, the lanes at BowlMor will wow you and your kids. Bowl in high style while dining on gourmet cuisine—it’s an extraordinary experience.
Address: 2175 Savoy Dr.
Looking for somewhere even swankier to spend your “spare time?” Click here for our complete guide to the Painted Pin, Atlanta’s newest spin on luxe lanes!