Bowlero in San Antonio provides a new, revolutionary spin on social entertainment. This isn't the same old bowling alley your parents used to take you to when you were a kid. For groups and couples bored with bars and nightclubs, Bowlero offers an exciting alternative.
This hip new hangout features 48 lanes of black light bowling, a thrilling gravity ropes course, amusement games, multiple themed lounge areas and a full-service kitchen that serves inventive culinary creations. No more stale hot dogs and warm beer!
Bowling at Bowlero in San Antonio — Photo courtesy of Kimberly Suta
Bowlero's retro-modern, eclectic style and upscale yet laid-back atmosphere is the perfect place for family outings, birthday parties, date nights and private events.
“A truly unique concept in the San Antonio area, Bowlero will bring a new social entertainment experience that combines outstanding design with bowling, games and nostalgic throwbacks,” says Tom Shannon, chief executive officer, chairman, and president of Bowlmor AMF. “We are excited to introduce a new entertainment destination that is as vibrant as the people of San Antonio.”
In addition to their black light bowling lanes and the super fun gravity ropes course in the rafters, Bowlero also offers an oversized redemption arcade, featuring a mix of interactive video games and retro-fun favorites – from giant Pac-Man and basketball to billiards and shuffleboard.
Bowlero San Antonio’s full-service kitchen is truly impressive for a bowling alley. They serve up some of the most daring eats in casual dining, crafted by Executive Chef Edward Porter, recent winner of Food Network’s Guy’s Grocery Games cooking competition.
Some delicious edibles from the menu include Korean Brisket Tacos with homemade tortillas (made daily in house), bacon cheeseburger “Electric Sliders” and Glazed Crodo Minis – a miniaturized cross between a croissant and donut.
The “Go Crazy” menu was designed for food enthusiasts and features a two-foot Coney Island Hot Dog, some pretty fantastic wings and an unbelievable five-pound Behemoth Burger.
As for drinks, they've decided to get innovative here, too. They have several unique bar and lounge areas where guests can chill.
Bowlero San Antonio’s Trophy Lounge doubles as a private event and meeting room and features its own faux fireplace, while the venue’s Star Bar serves specialty cocktails like the “Southern Charm” (made with Deep Eddy sweet tea vodka and lemonade) and “Whiskey Business” (Rebecca Creek whiskey, Grand Marnier and Angostura bitters).
This eclectic 47,000-square-foot space is an active entertainment destination for San Antonio residents and corporations alike, and it specializes in hosting group events, with the ability to accommodate parties of all sizes.
The state-of-the-art facility at Bowlero features floor-to-ceiling video screens at the end of each lane, a fully equipped DJ booth and HD flat-screen TVs throughout the venue, as well as two semi-private lounges and a private meeting space.
Put on your bowling shoes, and get ready for some serious fun!