The Bowlmor Lanes was built in New York City's Greenwich Village in 1938 and soon became one of the most famous bowling establishments in the U.S. Here the prestigious Landgraf Tournament as well as the first TV bowling shows in the1950s took place. This place won prestige also due to the 1987 Jodie Foster movie "Five Corners", several short films, music videos and so on. In 1997 Tom Shannon bought the Bowlmor Lanes and spends millions of dollars to renovate it and provide with new equipment. The modern bowling club experience is born with the renewed club. In 2001 the Bowlmor Lanes became the world's highest-grossing bowling alley, and Tom Shannon was awarded Bowling Proprietor of the Year by Bowler's Journal International.
The Bowlmor Lanes stays a perfect place for organizing of any event for up to 550 people: a variety of individual parties, meetings, product promotions, birthday celebrations and other events. The experienced staff of the club is ready to provide the guests with a choice of exquisite dishes, cocktails and beverages. Both beginners and professionals of bowling game will have the perfect leisure time at the Bowlmor Lanes.
Every evening the guests can also listen to live DJ music.