Frequently Asked Questions


How do I get to Brooklyn Bowl?

Brooklyn Bowl is located at 61 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn NY 11249. The venue is equidistant to the Bedford Ave L Train stop and  the Nassau G  Train stop.

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Can I bring my kids to bowl at Brooklyn Bowl?

Yes! We offer an all ages Family Bowl on Saturday from 11AM-5PM and Sundays from 11AM – 6PM.

If you’d like to book a special event for bowling in advance or a kids party, please visit our bowling page for more information and request forms.

What are Brooklyn Bowl New York’s hours?

Brooklyn Bowl’s hours of operation are:
Monday 6PM – Close
Tuesday 6PM – Close
Wednesday 6PM – Close
Thursday 6PM – Close
Friday 6PM – Close
Saturday 11AM – Close
Sunday 11AM – Close
Saturdays and Sundays Brooklyn Bowl is open to all ages from 11AM – 5PM on Saturday and 11AM – 6PM on Sundays for Family Bowl.
Admission is free and bowling is first come first serve at this time.

Am I subject to search to go inside the venue?

All persons entering Brooklyn Bowl may be searched (by ‘pat down’, security wands, metal detectors or other lawful means) to make sure no prohibited items are on their person each time they enter or re-enter the venue, and all bags are subject to search. We reserve the right to refuse entry to anyone, and to prohibit anyone from entering the venue with any items that we determine may pose a risk to other guests, our employees or performers. We encourage guests coming to shows and other events at Brooklyn Bowl to arrive early.

Are there things I can’t bring inside?

Guests, performers and employees are prohibited from bringing firearms, knives or other weapons into Brooklyn Bowl, as well as incendiary devices, laser pointers and any illegal items including drugs or drug paraphernalia. No alcoholic beverages or other outside food or drink, large bags, video cameras, GoPros, selfie sticks or professional cameras (removable lenses) are allowed.

Can you scan my ticket from a smart phone?

Yes! Print At Home tickets are scannable with the original PDF which is attached to your confirmation e-mail from TicketFly. Before you arrive at the Box Office, please make sure to have your ticket ready and readable with full brightness displayed on your phone.

Do I need to be 21 to get in and what kind of ID do I need?

For all night shows, we are strictly 21+. The following documents can be accepted as proof of age for entry: (a) A valid driver’s license or non-driver identification card issued by: New York State; the Federal Government; any State Government within the United States; the District of Columbia; any Commonwealth, Possession or Territory of the United States; or a Provincial Government of Canada; (b) a valid U.S. passport; (c) a valid passport of any other country; or (d) a valid military ID from the U.S.

Please note, the New York State Liquor Authority does not accept a NYC Municipal Card as a valid ID for entry.

Can I purchase a gift card?

Yes! Submit a Gift Card request here or purchase one at Brooklyn Bowl during hours of operation.

Gift Cards can be used for food, beverage, bowling, and merchandise. Gift Cards are not redeemable for tickets.

What are some hotels that are convenient to Brooklyn Bowl?

Wythe Hotel
80 Wythe Ave (Across the street!)
Brooklyn, NY 11211‎
(718) 460-8001‎

Hotel Jolie
235 Meeker Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11211‎
(718) 625-2100‎

Best Western City View Inn Hotel
33 Greenpoint Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11222
(718) 392-3922

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