Mission bowling club
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- Mission bowling clubMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 9Feb 18, 2014
I can only imagine the brainstorm for this venue concept began with, "How can we make bowling cool again?"
Well bowling is now stylin' with six lanes, a bar stocked with heady cocktails and whiskeys, and a menu to entertain foodies. You can't eat at the lane, but you can order food and enjoy it in the common standing area next to the lanes.
The staff is friendly and accommodating. Make reservations online or call in for both bowling and dinner. We held my husband's birthday bowling party here – low key and fun. It's easy to keep separate checks here. We covered the lanes and everyone paid for their shoes and drinks separately. This is a truly a great place to entertain a big group of friends with flexibility of interests and budgets. We won't wait for another birthday to return. It would make a great date night as well.Recommended for:
- Mission bowling clubMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 6Sep 16, 2013
This is where great food and beverages go with a fun bowling experience. Probably the most kid-friendly bar in the City. The Mission Burger is one of the best in the city. Something for everybody. Check out happy hour with $10 burgers and discounted bowling.Recommended for:
- Mission bowling clubMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 2Aug 05, 2013
In San Francisco's hipster Mission District, even bowling becomes cool. This small bowling alley feels more like a groovy night club than a bowling alley. They've got food and drinks and an upstairs lounge area where you can watch the activity from above.Recommended for:
- Mission bowling clubDec 23, 2012
This is the bowling alley that San Francisco really needed. Finally, we can now eat, dine and throw balls around! There are very few lanes, so be prepared to grab some bites on the patio or in the bar area while you wait. Once you start bowling, the lanes are actually pretty reasonably priced. This is also in a great location on 17th for all the Mission hipster. Another competitor, Lucky Strike, is now open in SOMA but can be a bit more of a scene. If you want something a little more local, hipster and unique, then Mission Bowling Club is a great spot for you.Recommended for:
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