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America's Coolest Bowling Alleys

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

Flaherty’s Arden Bowl, St. Paul

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The longest continuously running, family-owned bowling business in America dates back to 1938 and offers leagues for all ages as well as Cosmic Bowling on its 36 lanes. Try a specialty brick-oven pizza, then test your skill in “What’s Your Shot?”—a contest for bowlers to try to win prizes while attempting feats. One example: sit in a chair at the foul line and bowl the frame with feet and bumpers up. flahertysbowl.com

America's Coolest Bowling Alleys

Flaherty’s Arden Bowl, St. Paul

The longest continuously running, family-owned bowling business in America dates back to 1938 and offers leagues for all ages as well as Cosmic Bowling on its 36 lanes. Try a specialty brick-oven pizza, then test your skill in “What’s Your Shot?”—a contest for bowlers to try to win prizes while attempting feats. One example: sit in a chair at the foul line and bowl the frame with feet and bumpers up. flahertysbowl.com

Larry Hutchinson/Twin Cities eMedia
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