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The Best Bet


Anyone who’s rented a pair of ugly leather shoes lately has probably noticed that there’s something of a New York bowling renaissance afoot. All around town, new alleys are opening and old ones are being refurbished, and they’re less Sunday-afternoon sporting venues than Saturday-night party spots. Take the soon-to-open Brooklyn Bowl (61 Wythe Ave., nr. N. 11th St., Williamsburg; 718-963-3369), whose sixteen polished lanes, seen here, will share space with a Blue Ribbon restaurant and a 600-capacity live-music venue. It’s all housed in a 23,000-square-foot, LEED-certified former ironworks warehouse next door to the Brooklyn Brewery (which, along with other local beer-makers, provides the suds). For more places to eat, drink, and dance while you bowl, click here.


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