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Bowling in 2010

The inside line on 300 Dallas



    Bowling in 2010
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    30 Oct 1996: A view of bowling balls, during ten pin bowling at Raynes Park in Surrey. Mandatory Credit: John Gichigi/Allsport

    Plenty of professional athletes get the party rolling at 300 Dallas when they want to get their bowl-on.

    National Sales Manager, Lou Dean Canakes II told that Shawn Marion, Dirk Nowitzki, Marty Turco, Jason Witten, Marion Barber and Roy Williams have all enjoyed no holes barred fun at 300 Dallas

    Average Joes can strike fun too at the 36-lane concourse, semi-private lanes or private six lane-bowling suite equipped with its own bar.

    It’s all about service at the upscale bowling alley.

    Fancy Bowling is Fun

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    We take you inside 300 Dallas where the cocktails are strong and the food is above-average. Guests can play or strike up a conversation at the bar. Either way, it's all about service here, where families and friends can have fun.
    (Published Saturday, April 17, 2010)

    “We direct them to the one-stop-shop ball and shoe counter area and we have a ball and shoe equipment specialist size them for the appropriate size ball for their hand and their shoes,” said Canakes.

    From flatbreads, meat skewers, pizza and chicken wings, 300 Dallas’ kitchen keeps the tasty fare coming.

    So spare yourself the bellyache and head to 300 Dallas the next time you want to bowl.

    Expect to pay a bit more and, if you want to enjoy the semi-private lanes get there early.

    The bar will debut a new mojito menu this summer. Tasty!

    Are you in the mood for Florentine flatbread courtesy of Chef Rudy Perez? -- then Gourmet Yourself here!

    300 Dallas
    3805 Belt Line Road