Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that bowling alleys throughout New York will be allowed to reopen starting Monday, August 17 with strict safety protocols in place.
Bowling alleys will be able to operate at a 50% maximum occupancy limit; face coverings and social distancing will be required at all times; every other lane must be closed; patrons need to stay with the party at their assigned lane; thorough cleaning and disinfection of shared or rented equipment between each use will be required; and all food service must follow all state-issued guidance.
With that all said, it’s time to put your multicolored shoes on and get yourself back to the alley to strike ten. Below we listed just five places you can go to bowl. You can also check out our complete listing of Long Island bowling alleys here.
Bowlero, Bolmor, & AMF - All of these places make bowling cool again. All owned by Bowlero Corporations these bowling alleys are great for a night out with friends, a date, or some family fun. Locations: Sayville, Commack, Centereach, Smithtown.West Babylon, Syosset, Garden City, Wantagh, East Meadow, Mineola, Melville.
Port Jeff Bowl - Local bowling alley with everything you need to have a great time with friends and family. Location: 31 Chereb Lane, Port Jefferson Station, (631) 473-3300.
Strike 10 Lanes - Strike 10 Lanes Deer Park brings a bold new look and attitude to bowling. There’s Glo Bowl every Friday and Saturday night and Strike 10 Lanes Deer Park is a participant in the Kids Bowl. Location: 849 Long Island Avenue, Deer Park, (631) 667-7750.
Woodmere Lanes - Woodmere Lanes has been a staple in the Five Towns community for fifty years. Open daily, it offers entertainment for the whole family. If you build up an appetite, there's a large menu of tasty treats to choose from. Locations: 948 Broadway, Woodmere, (516) 374-9870.
Ultra Lanes Massapequa Bowl - Location: 4235 Merrick Road Massapequa, (516) 541-8000.