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Best Bowling Alleys Around Houston for Weekend Entertainment

Jason Martinez

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HOUSTON, TX - For a fun activity with family or friends, a bowling alley can be the right choice. You can play in teams or alone, make it casual or competitive. The rules are all in your hand. Whatever you decide to do, you will certainly enjoy this quality time with your loved one.

Below is a list of some great bowling alleys to visit in Houston.

1. Times Square Entertainment | 402 Grand Parkway S. Suite 110

This family-owned business has operated since 2005 in the Katy area. Times Square Entertainment offers special prices regularly for around $2 per person bowling or $18 for unlimited bowling, billiards, and laser tag. On some nights, you might have to wait longer as it tends to get a little crowded too. Besides having entertainment and food, they also specialize in hosting events as well as birthday parties.

2. Copperfield Bowl | 15615 Glen Chase Dr.

A low-key, casual bowling alley that is just right for people who want to have a comfortable bowling experience. On some slower nights, you can get special deals for $2 bowling, and even in general, their prices are still affordable. This alley also offers food such as hot wings, quesadillas, and pizza.

3. Bowlero | 925 Bunker Hill Rd.

Considered as one of the best spots for bowling in Houston, this place has a nice ambiance with good music, bright lights, and a mini-arcade area beside the bowling alley. Bowlero is perfect for people who want to have some bowling while having fun with other entertainment and even have some great foods and drinks. With all the things to do, this fun place charges a little higher compared to other standard bowling alleys.

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