Bowlmor Dallas bowling alley in Addison recently experienced a multi-million dollar makeover, and this weekend, the business is welcoming locals to take a look, including Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo.
Formerly known as 300 Dallas, the 45,000-square-foot building off Belt Line Road underwent construction from October to December of last year, though it did not close during that time.
Bowlmor "needed a new look," says Richard Bryson, the venue's general manager. "The old space had become fairly dated."
The new look brings a rustic, junk yard vibe to the space with a mural of a vintage Airstream, tables made out of tailgates and an old-school Chevy parked in the lobby. Little changed about the alley's 42 lanes, Bryson says, but Bowlmor did add a couple of fun new features. Here's the skinny.
New features at Bowlmor AMF:
- Two indoor bocce courts that separate bowling lanes from the arcade
- 30 new arcade games, including arcade adaptations of Mario Kart and Crossy Road, and a setup called Grand Piano Keys, which is like Guitar Hero but for the ivories
- Renovated bar and lounge area that includes billiards and foosball
- Updated sound and video systems that can play something different (or personalized) on each screen
- Updated furniture and accents
How to catch Tony Romo
See the football star at Bowlmor's grand re-opening celebration Saturday, Jan. 23. The party, which requires an RSVP, runs from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Guests receive a complimentary game of bowling and shoe rental, while supplies last.