DETROIT, MI - You can play bowling at any time of the year. It doesn't matter whether it's daytime or nighttime, spring or summer, bowling will be a great choice to hang out with your family or friends. Come strike the pins at these bowling alleys.
1. Garden Bowl, 4120 Woodward Ave Detroit.
Attached to the Majestic Theater, Garden Bowl is the oldest bowling alley in Michigan. The alley features glow-in-the-dark lanes, disco lights, and a rocking atmosphere that makes your bowling game more interesting. You can take pictures of yourself and it will pop up every time you bowl. While waiting for your turn, you can kill the time by enjoying the pizza from Sargent Pepperoni along with a refreshing drink from the bar.
2. Luxury Lanes & Lounge, 600 E 9 Mile Rd Ferndale.
Ferndale is already a gem within itself but Luxury Lanes & Lounge adds more value like a pleasant diamond. Once you enter, you'll be teleported to the 80s due to the decorations and atmosphere they give. You may rent bowling shoes of your preferred size at the front desk for $2.50 a pair if you're a beginner when it comes to bowling. Each of the bowling lanes is wide enough for movement, make sure you get a strike!
3. Perfect Game, 35000 Grand River Ave Farmington Hills.
Perfect Game is all-in-one entertainment. Join them for bowling, laser tag, and other 53 game arcades that they offer. The lanes in the bowling alley are clean because the staff is constantly wiping down the balls. They play some good music for you to listen to while you bowling and sweeping the lines with your strike. This place will make you feel like Terminator because you'll be back for sure.
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