Best of Boston

2013 BEST Bowling Alley

Lanes & Games

People outside of New England might not agree, but to be taken seriously around here, alleys have to offer both 10-pin bowling (big ball, finger holes) and candlepin bowling (small ball, no holes). Lanes & Games gets it right by providing a full floor of each, along with a bar that serves cheap eats and beer. No one will blame you for quoting The Big Lebowski at length.

195 Concord Tpke. Cambridge 617-876-5533 lanesgames.com

       

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  • donlonm .

    Yes this place is awesome, they keep their lanes up to par

  • James Garvey

    $5.25 per game per person for candlepin?!? Thats insane. I’ll stick to the Wakefield Bowlodrome at $18/hr per lane.

    • Mark

      So you don’t drink a few beers and have some fun with your friends while bowling? Or like to finish strings?