Thursday, December 6, 2012
First look: Fancy Bowl & Barrel puts smelly bowling alleys to shame
Now, where do we find chic shoes to wear bowling?
The 15,000 square feet boasts state-of-the-art technology and an upscale design, with 15 lanes adjoined to an American tavern with a menu designed by Chef Sharon Hage, formerly of the sorely missed York Street. The eclectic menu features suped-up bowling alley favorites like baked pretzels, artisan hot dogs, and artisanal bologna from Rudolph’s Market in Deep Ellum, in addition to higher-brow fare like fresh oysters with malt vinegar mignonette, fresh salads, and artisan cheese and ham boards.
Here's a peek:
Bowl & Barrel will stay open until midnight on Sunday through Thursday and until 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights.
Photos by Stan Olszewski, text by Brentney Hamilton
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