Bowling has found a way to go “extreme,” become luxurious and even add gourmet entrees for hungry customers of Boston without forgetting its roots. Pizza, music and those retro bowling shirts will always be a part of the tradition – none of these have been forgotten. Just extend the hours past the normal closing times and you’ve got late night bowling spots to sink your teeth into.

(Photo Credit: Westgate Lanes)

(Photo Credit: Westgate Lanes)


Westgate Lanes
59 Westgate Drive
Brockton, MA 02301
(508) 580-2911
www.westgatelanes.com

Westgate Lanes houses more than just bowling leagues and pizza. For an entertaining evening of late night bowling and billiards, enjoy live music at Harry’s Westgate Pub & Grill. Harry’s features professional exceptional musicians and local bands each weekend such as “Miss Treated” and “Angry Bees” alongside full entrees and adult beverages. Trivia night Tuesday and Karaoke DJ George each week night add another dimension to a late night out of bowling and camaraderie. Westgate Lanes has plenty of room for large parties whether on the lanes or at the billiards with ample parking, a popular spot on the south shore you’re sure to enjoy.

(Photo Credit: Flatbread Somerville Bowl Haven)

(Photo Credit: Flatbread Somerville Bowl Haven)


Sacco’s Bowl Haven
 45 Day St.
Somerville, MA 02144

(617) 776-0552
flatbreadcompany.com

The Sacco building has been in existence since the late 1930s, a staple of Somerville that continues to enjoy receiving hungry bowling fans. The Flatbread Company offers a delightful  menu chock full of pepperoni, making Sacco’s Bowl Haven such a popular venue reservations for lanes are recommended. Hosting a party of eight or more, it would be best to call ahead, yes! It’s just that popular. Keep it local and enjoy the late night bowling lanes at Sacco’s.

(Photo Credit: Luxury Boxx Sports Bar)

(Photo Credit: Luxury Boxx Sports Bar)


Townline Luxury Lanes
665 Broadway
Malden, MA 02148
(781) 324-7120
www.townlineluxurylanes.com

Townline Luxury Lanes has a little bit of everything for everyone looking for an evening of versatility add the bowling. Neon lanes, billiards and live music add large cushioned booths and great food, and the party doesn’t end at Townline. Located on Route 99, there are ample motels along the route just in case you’ve bowled a bit too late. The heart pounding music at Mixx360 is a draw that just may keep you out much later than you expected add the grill menu all your needs are covered. Luxury Boxx Sportsbar and the old fashioned arcade game alley make Townline Luxury Lanes a one-stop weekend bonanza.

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(Photo Credit: Lucky Strike)

(Photo Credit: Lucky Strike)


Lucky Strike
145 Ipswich St.
Boston, MA 02215
(617) 437-0300
www.bowlluckystrike.com

Lucky Strike is in the business of bowling in true luxury. Enjoy the atmosphere of friends and fun loving competition, settle back into leather upholstered couches and big over stuffed ottomans after your big late night win on the lane. Elegance doesn’t need to be exempt when out for a night of late night bowling, Lucky Strike proves just that hands down. Finding you need to scratch that bowling itch after an evening at the Bosotn Opera? Head to Ipswich St. in Boston, wind down with a night cap of comfort and fun.

(Photo Credit: Ryan Family Amusements)

(Photo Credit: Ryan Family Amusements)


Ryan Family Amusements
11 Charles St.
Malden, MA 02148
(781) 324-7828
www.ryanamusements.com

Ryan Family Amusements has set the challenge of extreme bowling to its patrons. Set the GPS to Malden to find out just what extremes late night bowling can go to. You’ll have plenty of memories after an evening at the lanes, one hint: Fog. Ok, that’s the best hint ever. Enjoy your favorite food and beverages, music and friendship with a touch of sensory overload. Extreme bowlers hit the lanes only on Saturday evenings, so the rest of the league players can take the stage on the weekends as well. Hosting parties is never a problem and again, ample parking makes it a simple destination for late night bowling at it’s best.

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