Bowling in London
A hopelessly addictive form of entertainment these days is bowling in London. Slip your feet into the colourful shoes, order a beer, squeak yourself onto a lane and spend most of the night avoiding the pins and hogging the gutter. This list will give you a rundown of the most enjoyable and all-encompassing bowling experiences that make bowling in London the perfect choice for a party or possible work do.
49 Greek Street, Soho, London, W1D 4EG
(020) 7439 4159
Found over two floors, Club 49 is a stylish nightclub hosting DJs every night. Upstairs is the main bar as well as the VIP area and downstairs is the dance floor, live DJs and extra seating.
- Busy vibrant bar in the heart of Soho
- Call or email for tables, booths, VIP or guest list
- Exciting daily deals and promotions
- Resident DJ's spinning commercial club tracks until 3am
- Extensive and quality bar menu at good prices
More Bowling in London
The US diner theme continues here in Bayswater.
6 Porchester Gardens, Bayswater, London, W2 4DB
(020) 7313 8363
The third in the chain of popular American-themed bowling lanes offers the largest space of the three venues, an American restaurant and a cool bar.
Old Truman Brewery, 95 Brick Lane, Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL
(020) 7426 9200
This isn't just bowling. This is time travelling. Visit All Star Lane for an all-American retro experience.
Victoria House, Bloomsbury Place, Holborn, London, WC1B 4DA
(020) 7025 2676
All Star Lanes can be found out in Westfield Stratford where 14 lanes allow for bowling action aplenty.
Westfield Stratford City, Second Floor, 2 Stratford Place, Stratford, London, E20 1EJ
(020) 3167 2434
Enjoy the Bloomsbury's famous 'lane snacks' as you strive for that perfect strike.
Lower Level Tavistock Hotel, Bedford Way, Bloomsbury, London, WC1H 9EU
(020) 7183 1979
Ham Yard Hotel is a busy place that as well as rooms & suites also features a roof terrace, a gym, a theatre, a bowling alley and a bar & restaurant.
The Library and Drawing Room is a guest area that boasts an impressive selection of literature from travel & world history to global issues and award winning reads.
The rooms and suites at Ham Yard hotel are designed with an innovative mix of colour, pattern and art and all rooms boast floor to ceiling length windows.
1 Ham Yard, London, W1D 7DT
(020) 3642 2000
This is a more basic venue for bowling but the top class amenities and family friendly approach make Hollywood a wise choice.
Surrey Quay Leisure Park, Teredo Street, Surrey Quays, SE17 1LN
(020) 7237 3773
Queens is a long-standing ice-rink that first opened in the 1930s. Nowadays not only will you find a skate rink, but Queens is also home to a diner; two bars; and 12 bowling lanes.
17 Queensway, Bayswater, London, W2 4QP
(020) 7229 0172
This is another colourful family friendly venue in North London, ideal for a day out with the little ones.
10 Stroud Green Road, N4 2DF
(020) 8800 1950
Tenpin Bowling is a large bowling alley at Royal Leisure Park. Arcade games and pool tables are also at Tenpin Bowling.
Royal Leisure Park, Western Avenue, Park Royal, Acton, W3 0PA
0871 222 3675