the palace may be nice and all...
Go to Rainbow Lanes in Warren, Oh, which has the same ownership as the palace. Up until three years ago, most people thought it was a toxic waste dump. if you got there at the beginning or before bowling, kids were putting buckets in the ceiling all over the place because of a leaky roof, and the scorers miscore. Theres more oil on the french fries then the lanes.
They got the parking lot and the roof fixed, but then they got rid of all of the "good", yet "overpaid," management and replaced them with clueless "kids."
The bowlers aren't coming back after this season.
is there a manager there?
And too top things off, they said the reason the bowling alley is losing business, is because bowling is a dying breed. Um... Yeah, I guess their right on that one.
---Sam in Ravenna, Ohio
disapointed. I was very disapoined in the "best bowling alley in cleveland" for 2 reasons: if you come in a group you have to pay all together or have 1 person pay on a credit card and have people pay him or her back. This was very inconvenant for a totaly of $91 for a party of 10! I mean, who carries cash anymore? You NEED to be able to let people pay seperately by credit card. I also found that the workers were VERY rude in general and not helpful at all. Our lane ended up having some trouble also so I concluded that as much fun as I had with my friends it would have been alot better to have gone to another bowling alley.
Not Bad. I was at the palace recently for a youth bowling tournament...The place was pricy, and in my opinion is not worth the money. New tables/scorers can only go so far. The lanes were in dire need of resurfacing and the carpet looked like it hasnt been swept in years. The lane conditions werent bad...except that since the lanes need resurfaced, the heads would become terrible quickly.
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