Whether you’re young or an adult, games never get old. And while you can find a bowling alley in any given city in America, you’d be hard pressed to find pin toss anywhere else in the world (to our knowledge). Bowl Games in Dallas is a one-of-a-kind gaming bar that offers shuffleboard, foosball, and the aforementioned pin toss – a bowling and football hybrid that leaves no joy to spare.
Get in on the action at Bowl Games in Dallas. Located at 139 Turtle Creek Blvd just north of Trammell Crow Park, Bowl Games is a sports and gaming bar like none other in the city. Here, visitors can try their hands at traditional games such as darts, shuffleboard, and corn hole, as well as Silver Strike and Golden Tee. Or, visitors can take a spin at Pin Toss. A game that operates on bowling rules, only the players toss a pigskin rather than roll a bowling ball.
To play, simply purchase an open play wristband upon arrival – granting access to unlimited play through the duration of the visit.
BowlGames also features a full-service restaurant. The football-themed menu offers appetizers, salads, burgers, sandwiches, tenders, and hotdogs, as well as full line-up of skewers and homemade flan.
House specials include the “Why…Why-Not” Burger – a charbroiled ground Wagyu patty on a brioche bun with PepperJack Cheese, roasted poblano peppers, caramelized onion, and grilled pineapple; Local 2 Texas Salad – made with seasonal, locally sourced lettuce, fruits, nuts, cheese, and champagne vinaigrette; and the Stuffed Portobello Fiesta – Texas-grown Portobello mushroom stuffed with housemade spinach artichoke dip with locally sourced aged cheeses and topped with fire-roasted tomato compote.
Bar-wise, BowlGames serves an spirits, draft and canned beers, as well as specialty cocktails.
BowlGames is open from 4 pm to midnight Mondays through Thursdays; 4 pm to 2 am on Fridays; 11 am to 2 am on Saturdays; and 11 am to midnight on Sundays.