Party Earth Review A hidden gem with a cult following of hip young locals, Sacco’s Bowl Haven offers a unique old-school night out at equally old-school prices. First opened in 1939, the venue has retained its original focus on candlepin bowling, though new owners have updated the place by adding a wood-fired pizza parlor and alcohol – an ... more
45 Day Street
Somerville, MA 02144
Party Earth Review Bowling alley, pool hall, and raucous nightclub all in one, Jillian’s is a three-story playground popular with young professionals, sports fans, students, and clubbers alike. Bowling enthusiasts will want to make a beeline for Lucky Strike on the top floor, a bowling alley fitted out with a mix of modern and 50s furnishings ... more
145 Ipswich Street
Boston, MA 02215
Party Earth Review There's no shortage of entertainment at Kings, a 24,000-square-foot facility filled with bowling, billiards, and brews. Chatty couples on first dates and business types bowling in suits dominate the early hours, replaced by louder groups of carefree students and young professionals later in the evening. Some ... more
50 Dalton Street
Boston, MA 02115
Bostonians love to combine sports and drinking, which is why there are a number of Boston bowling alleys located throughout the city.
Flashy alley Kings in the Back Bay is definitely slanted toward the drinking side of the equation. “Fishbowls” are the bar’s signature drink -- scorpion-style bowls filled with a combination of juice, alcohol, and Swedish fish. Flirty singles and rowdy groups of friends nurse the neon concoctions while waiting for a lane to open, or opt to play trivia or hit up the karaoke machine instead.
Lucky Strike near Fenway is on the top floor of a multi-tiered nightclub, and is decked out with a mix of modern and 50s furnishings. A wall filled with giant video screens displays scores, and a menu of bar bites and sandwiches keeps the fun-loving patrons’ tummies happy.
Hipsters and locals flock to Sacco’s Bowl Haven in Somerville to bowl a few candlepin games and grab a slice from the wood-fired pizza parlor. The bar, running the entire length of what was formerly lane 10, features a quirky cocktail list and a number of craft beers.
If you’re looking for some old-school fun, it’s hard to strike out with the bowling alleys in Boston.