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This 'Underwater' Bowling Alley Makes You Feel Like You're In An Aquarium With Sharks

This 'Underwater' Bowling Alley Makes You Feel Like You're In An Aquarium With Sharks

People visiting the place get a unique chance of bowling and dining with faux sea turtles and stingrays at Uncle Buck's Fish Bowl & Grill.

If you are looking for a unique and fun time to spend with your family, then we have some great news for you. Now you can enjoy a game of bowling at a place that has a restaurant, bar, and a 12-lane bowling alley. And the best part? All of this is underwater-themed in Bridgeport, Connecticut, at Uncle Buck's Fish Bowl and Grill, reports Timeout.  

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Suffice to say, this place offers a unique experience not only for your kids but for your entire family. It's delightfully blue ambiance looks absolutely mesmerizing, and how epic it would be to enjoy a game of bowling surrounded by faux sea turtles and stingrays. This sea-themed restaurant also seems perfect for anyone who is interested in marine life. 

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The restaurant, coupled with the lightings, custom-made bowling balls that resembles an octopus or mermaid effortlessly lends itself to the theme of the place. The restaurant also features faux sea turtles, sharks, stingrays, and other saltwater critters.

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The official description of the restaurant on the website reads, "Many full lanes of bowling offer a unique underwater ocean experience! Custom bowling balls that bear the likeness of octopus, mermaids, camouflage and more! “Dock” wooden lanes feature underwater scenery of sea turtles, sharks, stingrays, and other saltwater species! Handpainted murals and fish hanging from the ceiling bring everything together for a deep-sea dive like no other. You have to see it to believe it!"



 

The bowling alley is open from Monday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets are priced at $25/hour and per lane. From Sunday to Thursday, you can access the bowling alley after 5 p.m. for $35/hour/lane. In case you are traveling in a group, inform the restaurant beforehand. A single line can hold eight people at the most at a time. In case you are not wearing the right pair of shoes and socks for bowling, then you can rent them for $4.25 and $3.50 a pair at the restaurant itself.  



 

 

Uncle Bucks Fish Bowl &Grill has several locations across the States namely in California, Texas, Florida and Washington to name a few. Those who have visited this one-of-a-kind place took to Twitter to detail their experiences. April Swartz said: Finally got to scout uncle buck’s fish bowl and I’m going to need everyone to meet me there sometime (so) soon @ Uncle Buck's Fish Bowl & Grill Round Rock, Texas.  Another added: An underwater tropical game night with drinks? We paid a visit to Uncle Buck’s Fish Bowl and Grill at @bassproshops in Tacoma #[email protected]・・・ This is a great way to start the day:) with a Fish Bowl #drink #extreme #blue #vodka #gin #run.



 

As for drinks, guests can enjoy cocktails, wines, and beers at the island-themed bar with a gorgeous view of a 750-gallon saltwater aquarium. The food consists of American fare like pizzas, burgers, and sandwiches along with seafood and exotic meats like alligator.

According to Des Moines Register, an undersea-themed arcade will also be added to the restaurant. Manager Kyle Holdorf said the former dining room will also feature nearly 50 gaming machines and would include games like Tomb Raider, Jurassic Park along with classic arcade games like basketball shooting machines and skee ball.

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