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Dust Bowl Lanes & Lounge
Dust Bowl Lanes & Lounge, located in the popular Blue Dome District in the heart of downtown Tulsa, is an eight lane bowling alley and bar. Inspired by the classic bowling alleys of the 1970s, Dust Bowl Lanes & Lounge features green plaid carpeting, plush orange seating and an unmistakable retro vibe evident from the old-fashioned score cards to the avocado green fixtures in the bathrooms. Enjoy a game of bowling at Dust Bowl Lanes and stick around to enjoy a lounge, full-service bar, patio and private VIP room with two lanes.
This 8,000 sq. ft. facility in Tulsa also serves a variety of bar food, munchies and "comfort food with a kick." Order a round of nachos for your group, or try the "extreme tots," complete with a sparkler. Relax and watch TV on one of the Dust Bowl's giant screens or simply enjoy a drink at the bar. Hang out in the Dust Bowl lounge with friends or test your skills on a classic video game such as Golden Tee, Time Crisis III, Pole Position, Pac Man and more.
At Dust Bowl Lanes & Lounge, lanes are priced by the hour, not by the game. Bowling shoes are required and may be rented on-site. Dust Bowl Lanes & Lounge accepts lane reservations, but availability is limited, especially on the weekends. Reservations are accepted seven days a week and can be made for up to two hours. Reservations are not accepted for start times after 8pm on Friday and Saturday.