Monday-Thursday: Noon - Midnight
Friday: Noon - 2:00 am
Saturday: 11:00 am - 2:00 am
Sunday: 11:00 am - Midnight
I like this alley. A lot. Unlike many other bowling alley, it's clean. It's well-lit. It doesn't smell. The clientele are pleasant. There is a groovy little bar, with very comfy couches. It's the secret quiet place to get a drink in Lawrenceville! Why not five stars? I suspect they are watering down the liquor. Stick to beer.
It was a pretty decent place to bowl at. The music was really good. It feels old and bit run down but everything was very comfy and the staff were super nice.
Cool place, nice atmosphere, but some of the things they do are weird. You can buy drinks with a debit/credit card, but you can’t get the 4$ shoes, so you are forced to use an ATM with fees for 4$ shoes. The bar tender wouldn’t serve drinks back to back, mind you it was only our second drink, he said too many too soon, this isn’t that kind of bar he said. No one in our group was intoxicated either, we all watched our limit and all worked the next morning. They have pitchers for beer to take to your lane, however, that’s only for leagues. So you get to stand in line with one bar tender while your bowling game is continuing with out you or people are bowling for you or the game comes to a haunt for 15 minutes while you wait in line. When I voiced my concerns about the bar not allowing us to order a second a drink and asking to speak to the manager, the person I talked to said “I already know what he is going to say”. At that point I said I don’t want to talk to him anymore. The place has potential but needs to be refined.
I like bowling here a lot! The problem is the staff is always rude. Also, there are never clear instructions on when you need to arrive to bowl. I have walked there several times to bowl just to learn they are "sold out". You look around and there are still lanes open and I am at least 20 minutes early, but yet, I can't bowl. Staff needs to be more respectful of customers and they need more clear instructions on when you should arrive to bowl.
Arsenal Bowl is a cute nostalgic bowling alley in Lawrenceville, so my family though we'd spend the evening there bowling. They are cash only and the ATM charges a $2.95 fee to withdraw money. No, it's not uncommon to see a fee assessed, but CASH ONLY tells you quite a bit about the establishment not to mention they are also collecting a fee from their patrons. I will not be back as other bowling lanes have much more to offer.