This is a very “States-inspired” atmosphere in Paris. Put on the bicolored shoes (it has some style), laid-back pants and the perfect shirt you need to go bowling like in the USA without actually leaving the French capital with these addresses where you can bowl in Paris. Perfect to keep our dear children busy on a birthday party, to enjoy an original after work party or even a sporting and cheap first date.
All it needs to update this sport a tad forgotten in France… And perhaps, it will make some of you want to open their own bowling, who knows?
PS: don’t mix bowling pins and people’s pins, okay?
Bowling Foch: for partygoers
15 bowling alleys, a bar/restaurant with views on the Arc de Triomphe. This is what to expect at Bowling Foch. Partygoers can keep dancing, meet at the Dupleix just nearby.
Across 1 Avenue Foch – Paris 16th arrondissement.
La Gamelle Paris: for foodies
Under the lovely vaults of the Viaduc des Arts, La Gamelle Paris has a place of choice. High ceiling, gourmet menu, bowling, pool table and good mood are to be expected. Perfect for a moment with friends.
29/33 Avenue Daumesnil – Paris 12th arrondissement
Bowling Front de Seine: for competitors
A few cables from the Seine, Bowling Front de Seine knows how to make pin roll since 1976. Bowling fans are provided with 20 approved alleys, a friendly coffee and the place regularly throws contest. You know what to do!
15 rue Gaston de Cavaillet – Paris 15th arrondissement
Bowling Mouffetard: for vintage lovers
Hidden at the back of a narrow street in the Latin Quarter, bowling Mouffetard welcomes children and adults with 8 bowling alleys. Without forgetting pool tables, arcade games and others that take us straight to a Paris from another time. Only bowling in the heart of Paris, you may wait a bit but it’s definitely worth it!
73 rue Mouffetard – Paris 5th arrondissement