These 11 Places Prove That Bowling Alleys Actually Offer Great Food (Photos)

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Let’s face it — there just aren’t many places that ensure good memories, endless fun and a quality dining experience.

If you’re heading out to a sporting event, you know paying astronomical amounts of money for a stale pretzel and warm beer isn’t that hard to do.

If you’re looking to get yourself a couple of tickets to the movies, you know popcorn isn’t all that satisfying, and movies require you to sit and stare like you’ve already been doing to your TV at home.

A bowling center is exactly where you want to be. It may come as a surprise, but think about it: It’s endless fun for everyone, regardless of how old you are, and you can still drink without having to shuffle through rows and rows of people to sit down.

Best of all, if you pick the right bowling center, the food is great!

Seriously, have you ever heard of stuffing your face with Lava Wings or a triple-decker cheeseburger topped with crispy onion rings at a bowling center?

Your first thought would probably be that you can only get those snacks at the county fair, but both of those dishes (and more!) are available at your favorite bowling centers!

Check out the 11 dishes that prove bowling centers actually offer good food. There are no gutter ball equivalents here.

Deep Fried Paradise at Bowlero


Lava Wings at Bowlero


The Holiday Burger at Lucky Strike

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The Mad King Burger at Splitsville


BBQ Pulled Pork Mac ‘N’ Cheese at Tavern Bowl


The Behemoth at Bowlmor Lanes


Filet Mignon Tacos at Tavern Bowl


Shrimp & Grits Bites at The Alley

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Chicken & Waffles at The Alley


Chi-Town Mega Dog at Bowlmor Lanes


Breakfast at Bowlmor Lanes


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