Have some wholesome fun while in Las Vegas! You can’t do better than some of the best bowling in Las Vegas. Some may consider bowling alleys boring, but here are some options for not-so-boring bowling to prove them wrong.

Unleash your competitive side and have loads of fun at some of the best bowling alleys in Vegas.

Brooklyn Bowl

The Las Vegas Brooklyn Bowl at the Linq Promenade is much more than a bowling alley. Take in the fantastic vibe while enjoying:

  • Great live music
  • Shows and dance parties
  • A custom dance floor
  • Food by Blue Ribbon

Geared towards the rock and rollers, you can bowl a few rounds at Brooklyn Bowl with some of the most incredible music and top-tier band tributes. It also has its fair share of amazing gourmet foods, including fried calamari, cheeseburger sliders, and fried chicken, served by Blue Ribbon. What more could you want?

Sam’s Town Bowling Center

The Sam’s Town Bowling Center is open 7-days a week with fun for people of all ages to enjoy. Sam’s Town features Xtreme cosmic bowling, the ultimate bowling experience with:

  • Ultraviolet lights
  • Lasers
  • Music
  • And so much more

With a large snack bar and 11 restaurants, you can recharge for your night at the bowling alley or on the town. From fast food to donuts and breakfast, there’s something for everyone!

Suncoast Bowling Center

Bowling at its finest, the Suncoast Bowling Center is a three-time winner of the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s “Best of Las Vegas” readers poll. With 64 lanes, a video arcade, game rooms featuring drop-down screens, and a complete cocktail lounge, this is a cosmic bowling experience with everything you need.

At the Suncoast, you can opt for casual dining at the bar and grill, seafood, or quick bites of bagels, pizzas, and burgers. There is a variety of cuisine to fuel any cosmic experience.

Strike Zone

The Sunset Station is home to Strike Zone, the largest bowling alley in Vegas. With 72 lanes, a full-service bar, arcades, and pool tables, you can make the most of the entire experience.

Open from 10 a.m. to midnight from Sunday to Thursday and 10 a.m. until 2 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, there’s plenty of after-hours fun, too. Strike Zone’s atmosphere makes for an unforgettable bowling experience.

South Point Bowling Center

The Bowling Center at the South Point is a relaxed experience with 64 Brunswick lanes. For serious bowlers, the pro shop is open 7-days a week. There are also lockers for league bowlers.

The bowling alley also has an arcade with the latest and greatest hits. Whatever time of day you go, the Bowling Coffee & Snack Bar serves a variety of foods, from pastries to coffee, chicken fingers, french fries, or salads, as well as pies and pizza.

If you go bowling at night, you can also benefit from discounts on drinks!

Red Rock Lanes

The Red Rock Lanes at Red Rock Resort on Charleston Blvd is a massive entertainment center with 72 luxury bowling lanes. You can opt for the simple experience, or if you want to upgrade, you can go for a private VIP bowling suite where you can choose between 4, 8, or 12 lanes, complete with projection screens and a private bar.

A uniquely customizable experience, you can choose the menu, music, and more. For sports enthusiasts, you can also use this as the opportunity to watch the big games as part of a VIP sports viewing party.

A Cosmic Night on the Town

Bowling can be fun for all ages, not just retirees. These not-so-boring bowling options will reinvigorate your love of bowling and provide a cosmic night on the town!

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