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50 Dalton St, Boston, MA
617.266.2695   |  website
  • Neighborhood: Back Bay
  • Directions: Green Line- Hynes Convention Center at Boylston Street
  • Hours: Mon 5 pm-2 am, Tues-Sun 11-2 am
Located in the old Cheri Cinema (ask any old-old-timer), Kings has 16 lanes of deluxe 10-pin bowling, a large billiard lounge, and eight-foot LCD projection screens showing sports throughout. The DeVille Lounge serves classic American cuisine, while the bar offers an extensive cocktail menu. Bowling $5.50 before 6 pm, $6.50 after; bowling shoes $4. College night every Tues beginning at 8 pm. Casual dress, but check the code (on the Web site) before going. Open at 11 am on all Mon holidays. Full menu offered til 11 pm, late menu until 1:45 am. 21 and over after 6 pm.
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