This Mountainside Bowling Alley Restaurant In Vermont Is Deliciously Fun

In 1840, the very first bowling alley opened in New York. Over the years, the alleys have changed from clay to wood and mechanical pinsetters have taken the place of pin boys. One thing remains the same, that giddy feeling that you get when you bowl a perfect strike. Vermont has taken the humble bowling alley to a whole new level at Stowe Bowl. This bowling alley restaurant is swankier, cozier, and more upbeat making it a deliciously fun place for a night out.

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