Who doesn’t like to listen to live music while they bowl? That’s the exact idea behind the expansive Brooklyn Bowl, a space that combines 16 bowling lanes, 1 stage, 2 bars, and 1 Blue Ribbon restaurant to form a haven for concerts, bowling, drinking and dining all under one 23,000 square-foot roof. Most concerts are free to the public, but you will still have to purchase lanes to get your Kingpin on. Situated out in – you guessed it – Brooklyn, prices are fairly reasonable ($40 per lane per hour with $4 shoe rental), and the place stays open until at least 2 am during the week and 4 am on Saturday nights. So go grab some friends and make the trek to knock some pins. It’s worth it.
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