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Bowling Alley in Mesquite, TX
1.Lane's Southwest Surveying Inc
2717 Motley Dr Ste B
2.AMF Garland Lanes
1950 Marketplace Dr
3.The Bowlers Shack
11336 Jupiter Rd
5021 Lakeview Pkwy
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We had our senior class lockin and the students had a great time. The facility was very clean, had plenty of food and the best part was the staff. They were very friendly, helpful and made sure everything went well for our students. I would highly recommend this place for any lock in!! Thanks so much for a great experience!!
5.Bowl & Barrel
8084 Park Ln
Best bowling alley in Dallas! Beautiful decor, the food is amazing, great craft cocktails and local beers on draft. Not your father's bowling alley!
2525 Turtle Creek Blvd
4040 S Shiloh Rd
How can you complain about something that is ONE DOLLAR? Yeah, it smells, but who cares? It's A DOLLAR. I always notice it when I walk in, but the actual auditoriums never seem to smell, just the hallways. I don't care. So great if there's a movie you missed out on during its first run, or one you only kind of wanted to see but didn't want to pay for. Tuesdays are only fifty cents! It's not small and dingy like most $1 theatres, either, the outside is all big and bright and sparkly. New movies out every Friday, just like a normal theatre. It's so funny, this theatre opened up when I was a teenager - maybe fifteen, seventeen years ago, something like that, and back then this was THE theatre to go to. There weren't the huge megaplexes like today, most were like, attached to malls, with only four or five screens. Hollywood had like 12 or something, and you could get pizza and ice cream, and play games - and none of the other places had that stuff. I could never figure out how they made any money, because it can be so empty during the day, but I discovered it's almost all from concessions, so I usually buy candy or popcorn when I go, because I don't ever want them to close!
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8.Rozie's grill @ Shenaniganz
1290 E Interstate 30
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1290 E Interstate 30
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167 Turtle Creek Blvd
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