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America's Coolest Bowling Alleys

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Tom Marks

Live music, gourmet food, and retro-chic style make bowling cool again for hipsters and kids alike.

Garage, Seattle

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A punk rocker and artist converted this former 1928 Plymouth dealership and garage on Seattle’s Auto Row into a 40,000-square-foot nightspot with 20 bowling lanes, 25 pool tables, six bars, and three private rooms. Hipsters, college kids, and corporate types have followed, hanging out amid the 1950s retro décor, great music, art, and designer furniture. garagebilliards.com

America's Coolest Bowling Alleys

Garage, Seattle

A punk rocker and artist converted this former 1928 Plymouth dealership and garage on Seattle’s Auto Row into a 40,000-square-foot nightspot with 20 bowling lanes, 25 pool tables, six bars, and three private rooms. Hipsters, college kids, and corporate types have followed, hanging out amid the 1950s retro décor, great music, art, and designer furniture. garagebilliards.com

Tom Marks
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