My friends know if you want to get me to bowl, entice me with food. Yup, I'm that kind of piggy: *Gutterball Queen*Will bowl for food*. Fortunately they can kill two birds with one stone at Brooklyn Bowl, where they serve up food by the esteemed Blue Ribbon! Blue Ribbon has various restaurants in NYC and Brooklyn, but this truly unique location allows you to bowl, booze, stuff your face, and listen to live music all at the same time. I was shocked that bowling alley food could be this good; where have you been all my life??
If you're going to bowl it tends to gets crowded at night, especially on Friday and Saturday, so be sure to get there on the earlier side. Even if you have to wait a bit for a lane, hang out at the bar where they have a nice assortment of beers on tap. There is a small dining area with a few tables separate from the bowling lanes, but you can also pump it up a notch and order off the full menu while bowling!
Since I have zero bowling knowledge to impart on you (unless you'd like to hear how I rock out the granny bowl-style!), let's dive right into the food. Here are a few dishes I've ordered during my visits:
The Roasted Adobo Corn is deliciously loaded with queso fresco, chipotle butter and served with lime wedges on the side. I found myself rolling the corn in the cheese and butter left on the plate.
|Roasted Adobo Corn|