Liquid Diet: Midtown Bowl

posted on January 20, 2009 at 5:25 am

MEMORY LANE: Thanks to a recent renovation, the previously dingy digs of the 49-year-old Midtown institution are welcoming once again with plenty of deliciously tacky old-school charm to go around. Each of the 32 state-of-the-art lanes has an assigned table for congregating; an Atari-esque kiosk with various service call buttons; and a mounted TV monitor — complete with those wonderfully cheesy animated bowling shorts — that tallies and boasts which player is the current “Kingpin.”

GUTTER BOMBS: Basic and obscenely cheap items such as hot dogs, burgers, hand-battered wings, fried fish baskets and funnel cakes abound on the large menu. Click here to read the rest…

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  • Re: Liquid Diet: Midtown Bowl
    posted by: Sudhir · January 20, 2009  10:26 PM

    I bowl at Midtown Bowl every Monday, and I can tell you that that place has some of the best bowling alley food you could ever hope to have. It compares favorably with most bar food. I have no idea why the food is so good there. It’s all very basic, but everything just comes out very well…I mean, for a bowling alley.

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