A classic diversion for both young and old, bowling has long been part of American culture. With a number of bowling alleys in the area, the Grand Strand offers families, friends and couples a wide variety of bowling and entertainment options. Everything from the shoe rental to selecting the ideal bowling ball is part of the experience we all know so well. Many of the area bowling centers feature state-of-the-art arcades, adjoining movie theaters, and some even offer live music. Full-service snack bars and lounges provide everything from burgers and soda to upscale meals and craft beers. A great way to spend a rainy afternoon or fun-filled evening, area bowling alleys are always eager to help you plan your next birthday party or group function. Watch for special events where the bowling centers are transformed into exciting club-style venues featuring high energy music and light displays to accompany your game.
With three locations (The Market Common, North Myrtle Beach and Conway) 810 Bowling is the coolest bowling entertainment center around! Guests here will enjoy bowling in a modern atmosphere as well as special private black-light bowling lanes! They have a full bar stocked with beers, wines, and liquor as well as a full food menu that includes a selection of appetizers, brick-oven pizza, burgers, and salads.
Myrtle Beach Location
The Market Common, 1220 Moser Drive, Myrtle Beach
The Myrtle Beach 810 Billiards & Bowling is conveniently located at The Market Common, an upscale shopping, dining and entertainment complex on the site of the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base. Games available at The Market Common location include bowling, darts, board games, shuffleboard, cornhole, billiards, air hockey and more! The location hosts regular happy hours and events such as trivia, Survey guessing game, live music and karaoke.
North Myrtle Beach Location
1105 Highway 17 S, North Myrtle Beach
810 Billiards & Bowling in North Myrtle Beach offers a variety of games and events for a fun day or night at the lanes. Games include bocce, table tennis, board games, cornhole and more. Events include happy hour, team trivia, and karaoke.
2001 Highway 501 East, Conway, SC
Located near Coastal Carolina University, the Conway location of 810 Billiards & Bowling offers the same great bar and food as the beach locations. With over 30 TV screens, it’s a great spot to watch sports and have fun. They offer happy hour, karaoke, and more special events.
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