All Star Lanes Brick Lane
Retro-American boutique bowling with burgers, cocktails, karaoke, and a foot-tapping soundtrack
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The third of these increasingly popular 1950s retro-America style bowling alleys opened in late 2008 to much critical acclaim.
Ten-pin bowling and finally made it cool, thanks to the addition of old-school retro styling; an American cocktail bar and diner; photo booths; private karaoke rooms; and non-sweaty shoes.
Family Fun or speak easy bar and food, get your bowling action on.
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