Shouldn't You Bowlmor?
“A distinctly New York place, mimicking other distinctly New York places, all in what was once a distinctly New York newsroom.”- The New York Times
Our flagship location, Bowlmor Lanes Times Square, is 90,000 sq ft of fun and excitement! Located in the former New York Times newsroom in the heart of Times Square, the venue features 50 lanes in 7 private bowling lounges, each themed to represent different places and time periods in New York City history. Guests are invited to bowl their way through NYC on lanes inspired by Coney Island, Central Park, Chinatown, and more.
Bowlmor’s “Epcot of tenpins” opened to much fanfare in December 2010 and was named the “Best New Venue of 2011″ by BizBash. Bowlmor Times Square is proud to host the city’s top Corporate and Private events, most notably the official Spiderman: Turn off the Dark after party with Bono and The Edge in attendance.
The “massive NYC bowling palace” also features the Carnival with a boardwalk style midway and posh luxury lounge as well as Boomer Esiason’s Stadium Grill serving classic sports bar favorites with a modern spin.
Just look for the 50 ft neon mechanical Bowlmor Bob sign out on 44th Street and you’ll be steps away from your best night out!
HOURS & LOCATION
222 W 44th Street
(Btw 7th & 8th)
New York, NY 10036
Tel: (212) 680-0012
Pricing varies, please call 212-680-0012 for more information.
No person under 21 years of age will be admitted after 9pm, Thursday – Saturday unless bowling in a family or group that includes a parent.
Please be advised that Bowlmor Times Square has a strict dress code policy and the following attire will not be permitted, but is not limited to:
Women: Ugg boots or any form of winter footwear, thong flip flops or open toes sandals, clothing with offensive or discriminatory words/images, or hats, anything thought to be gang-related, or camouflage.
Men: Work boots or any form of winter footwear, sneakers that are dirty or falling apart, athletic footwear, thong flip flops or open toed sandals, baggy jeans, clothing with offensive or discriminatory words/images, shorts, hats or hoodies, anything thought to be gang -related, or camouflage.