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A bowling alley is not the first place you think of when you want something good to eat, but the folks at
Stars and Strikes bowling in the Atlanta area may be about to change that mindset as they have re-
designed their Atlanta restaurant menu. There are eight locations in the area, and six of them have
launched new menus that make a trip there worthwhile, whether you are bowling or not. They also have
sports bars that offer the same great food and have games on that you want to see.
Not Your Typical Bowling Alley Food
With their new menus, Atlanta bowlingwill never be the
same. This is not your typical bowling alley fare of hot dogs and beer, though you can still get those.
They now have a wide assortment of wings and some are offering specials on them and a wing of the
month. They also have gourmet hamburgers that can be modified to fit your taste.
They really are turning Atlanta bowling into restaurants where you will want to hang out with friends
and family. You can get an entire meal here, from a nice salad, to great pizza to dessert. Some locations
also feed the kids for free when accompanied by an adult on Tuesday night. There is even a pretty nice
dining area with games on the televisions, or you can take your food to the lanes and eat while you bowl.
Come visit an Atlanta restaurantand bowling alley that has dressed up its menu, added great taste and
atmosphere, and still offers the great bowling experience you have always enjoyed. Stars and Strikes
bowling alleys in the Atlanta area are changing how you view and experience bowling. While bowling is
still the main event at eight Atlanta locations, you can now enjoy great food and watch sports at the same