We started out with two games of bowling, made super easy by the electronic scoring and ease of adding in bumpers for individual players (although perhaps I should have added bumpers for me). Jeffrey had a blast!
The bowling balls were marked with stickers over the thumb hole once they had been cleaned, making it easy to know which were good to go. Also, while masks weren’t required in your personal lane area, Jeffrey and I chose to keep ours on.
After bowling, we grabbed dinner on the large outdoor patio near the firepit. I highly recommend the bruschetta appetizer…
…and the spaghetti and meatballs.
This is certainly not your typical bowling alley food! Jeffrey loved his pizza and chocolate chip cookies, too!
Pinstripes has some great promotions right now. Through October 4, you can can get two entrees for the price of one and two can play bowling or bocce for the price of one. There are also daily specials:
- Mama Mia Mondays – bottomless spaghetti and chop salad after 3pm
- Tuesday Bucket List – $12 buckets of local craft beer
- Whiskey Wednesday – All whiskey, both house & craft, at a discount
- Thirst-Day Craft Cocktails – All handcrafted cocktails are available at a discount
- Friday Wine Down – 50% off any bottle of wine, available all day
- Boozy Brunch Weekends – Bloody Mary’s & Bottomless mimosas from 10AM to 3PM
***Disclosure: I was invited to enjoy a complimentary hour of bowling and dinner at Pinstripes. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.***