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America's Coolest Bowling Alleys

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Courtesy of Gable House Bowl

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

Gable House Bowl, Torrance, CA

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One of America’s first green bowling alleys, Gable House Bowl recycles 40 tons of glass bottles yearly. But what really catches the attention of bowlers are the specials: on Monday nights and summer mornings (9 a.m. to noon), food and games cost only 25 cents after the $7 cover charge. Weekends bring a happy hour arcade, glow-in-the-dark laser tagging, and DJs. An Unleague meets here—similar to pickup basketball, with no commitment. gablehousebowl.com

America's Coolest Bowling Alleys

Gable House Bowl, Torrance, CA

One of America’s first green bowling alleys, Gable House Bowl recycles 40 tons of glass bottles yearly. But what really catches the attention of bowlers are the specials: on Monday nights and summer mornings (9 a.m. to noon), food and games cost only 25 cents after the $7 cover charge. Weekends bring a happy hour arcade, glow-in-the-dark laser tagging, and DJs. An Unleague meets here—similar to pickup basketball, with no commitment. gablehousebowl.com

Courtesy of Gable House Bowl
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