This national bowling chain is coming to Jupiter
PGA tour winner Keegan Bradley will be on hand for the opening of trendy new bowling alley in Jupiter on May 19.
Bowlero Jupiter will replace Jupiter Lanes, which has been a staple in the community for 20 years.
The Bowlero Corporation, described in a release as the largest operator of bowling centers in the country, has two other locations in Florida and nearly 50 in the United States.
The vision behind Bowlero Jupiter was to take an antiquated bowling alley and turn it into a “retro-rustic” entertainment center, which will have 60 black-light bowling lanes, lounge-space, outside tiki bar, beer pong, corn hole, and arcade center with 36 different games.
“We chose this location in Jupiter because we saw its potential,” said Kraig Needler, the district manager of Bowlero, “Jupiter is a family oriented town and we saw a great opportunity to revamp its bowling alley.”
This family oriented mindset is what drives the hours and restaurant-inspired menu, Needler said. It will open at 11 a.m. during the summer and 3 p.m. during the school year.
The “Monster Burger,” the XXL Party Pretzel and the Supreme French Fry Sampler are just some of the food options on the menu. The bar menu will feature specialty drinks like margaritas and Mai Tais.
Bradley will be the guest host of the opening event. He will be signing autographs and talking to members of the community, .
“It’s great that we are going to have Keegan because he is a Jupiter resident and it’s good to have the community involved,” said Needler.
The Jupiter Lanes sign still adorns the outside of the building, but the sign should be changed within the week, just in time for the grand opening, according to Needler.
While Jupiter Lanes has been around since June 1997, it wasn’t the original bowling alley at 350 Maplewood Drive. Don Carter’s All Star Lanes-Jupiter was built in 1990 and sold seven years later.