Bowling Alleys in NYC

Bowling alleys in NYCThe sport of bowling is enjoyed by 100 million people in more than 90 countries worldwide, including 70 million in the U.S. There are over 15 bowling alleys in NYC. In our continuous efforts to “connect the fun to the fun people, see our list of the top NYC bowling alleys:

MurphGuide Directory of NYC Bowling Alleys

[Manhattan][Brooklyn][Queens][Bronx][Staten Island]


Bowlero Times Square
222 W. 44th St. (between 7th & 8th Ave.)
New York, NY
(212) 680-0012
50 lanes, 7 themed lounges
Bowlero Chelsea Piers
Chelsea Piers, Pier 59
New York, NY
(212) 835-2695
40 lane bowling alley at Chelsea Piers, also featuring NYC’s only indoor ropes course, Urban Mission Laser Tag arena, air hockey, basketball

Frames Bowling NYCFrames Bowling Lounge
550 9th Ave. (W. 40th St.)
2nd Floor
New York, NY
(212) 268-6909

28 bowling lanes, modern leather seating, flat-screen TVs & state-of-the-art sound system, plus a full-service bar, private party lounges, billiards lounge, interactive media games, and a dance club.

The Gutter
77 Essex St. (between Delancey & Broome St.)
New York, NY
(212) 598-1044
12 lane classic ten-pin bowling alley with 100 foot bar featuring 4 large screen TVs, 24 craft beers on tap, and a full kitchen featuring brick oven pizza.


Bowl 360
1 Bouck Court (between Avenue X and Y)
Gravesend, Brooklyn, NY
(718) 336-6700
Formerly Shell Lanes. Temporarily closed for renovation & repair.
Brooklyn Bowl
61 Wythe St. (between N. 11th & N. 12th St.)
Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY
(718) 963-3369
16 lanes, featuring a scoring system developed and installed by industry leader Qubica/AMF.
The Gutter
200 N. 14th St. (between Berry St. & Whythe Ave.)
Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY
(718) 387-3585
8 lanes of real bowling, craft beer on tap and live music.
Melody Lanes
461 37th St. (5th Ave.)
Sunset Park, Brooklyn, NY
(718) 832-BOWL
Family owned bowling alley featuring 26 newly renovated lanes, arcade games and a full service bar.
Funfest Family Entertainment Center
6161 Strickland Ave. (between Mill Ave. & E. 60th Pl.)
Mill Basin, Brooklyn, NY
(718) 763-6800
34 lane, featuring state-of-the-art AMF/Qubica scoring technology and a sports bar. (Formerly Strike 10 Lanes and Gil Hodges Lanes)
Bowl 360
1 Bouck Court (between Avenue X and Y)
Gravesend, Brooklyn, NY
(718) 336-6700
Formerly Shell Lanoes.  Temporarily closed for renovations.


Bowl 360
19-45 49th St. (between 19th & 20th Ave.)
Astoria, NY
(718) 274-1910
28 lanes with state-of-the-art scoring system plus a sports lounge.

69-10 34th Ave. (between 69th & 70th St.)
Woodside, NY
(718) 651-0440
Bowling alley featuring 35 lanes, a video arcade, and a sports bar
Bowl 360
98-18 Rockaway Blvd. (between 98th & 99th St.)
Ozone Park, NY
(718) 843-5553
Bowling alley featuring Island 360 Caribbean Restaurant
The Gutter
10-22 46th Ave. (between Vernon Blvd. & 11th St.)
Long Island City, NY
(929) 328-0409
8 hardwood lanes and bowling technology from the early 90’s
Jib Lanes
67-19 Parsons Blvd. (Jewel Ave.)
Flushing, NY
(718) 591-0600
family owned & operated bowling center
Whitestone Lanes
30-05 Whitestone Expressway (between Farrington St. & Linden Pl.)
Flushing, NY
(718) 353-6300
48 lanes open 24 hours a day, seven days a week



Bowling alley for kids, teens, and adults

Gun Post Lanes
1215 E. Gun Hill Rd. (between Tenbroeck & Pearsall Ave.)
Laconia, Bronx, NY
(718) 881-0331

Bowling, pool tables, lounge & bar

Staten Island

Showplace Entertainment Center
141 East Service Rd. (between Victory Blvd. & Wild Ave.)
Staten Island, N.Y.
(718) 477-2695
32 AMF lanes, BESX scoring

Rab’s Country Lanes
1600 Hylan Blvd. (between Raritan & Delaware Ave.)
Staten Island, NY.
(718) 979-1600
48 Brunswick Anvilane® Pro Lane synthetic lanes


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