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Bowlmor AMF 242 AMF Syosset Lanes

111 Eileen Way
Syosset, NY 11791
Bowlmor AMF in Syosset, NY
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    AMF is the world's largest owner and operator of bowling centers. Since the introduction of the automated pinspotter in 1946, AMF has been a leader in the bowling industry. More than 20 million bowlers per year make AMF their bowling destination of choice. AMF is where America goes bowling.

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    The pizooki wasn't available :(
    Experience was normal as expected, nothing special or nothing wrong
    Wendy was extremely helpful. She took my order got my drink and helped me with scoring issues. Trevor in the kitchen was also great my food was AMAZING!
    Sophia was a wonderful bartender. Very pleasant and sweet. When the bud light ran out she told me to hold on and Vanessa came over and told me that she was going to change the keg. The food was great as well ordered with speedy service. Staff had smiles on them all the time. Great service!
    The associate who assisted me was super friendly and helpful
    The cute guy at the front got me and my son all set up. He was very friendly. He also told us about all the specials that are offered throughout the week. Fun place to bowl and get out if the summer heat.
    The manager Chris was very friendly. He informend us about the summer game pass that they have which is an amazing deal. Will be back again for sure.
    Everyone there is so friendly. Great place to go with friends for the Sunday $3 special. Chris and Sophia were both very accommodating.
    Everyone is always very friendly whenever we come in. Fun atmosphere when the music is on and they have the videos going. Great place all around.
    Stop the awful music, stop the videos, keep the regular house lights on, and stick to bowling. There are just too many distractions, and with black lights on, it is impossible to aim for the markers on the lane. I wanted to practice for higher scores, but it is impossible to do so. I wouldn't even join a league because the loud music plays during league play. It is hard to screen that out and impossible to concentrate on the game. I started bowling in 1958, I was involved with both money leagues and trophy leagues, bowled on my high school team, and was in tournaments. I had to stop for a number of years because of arthritis, but when I got that under control, I went back to bowling. Now I take my grandchildren, and it is fun being with them, but I don't like what bowling has become. The management at Syosset Bowl says that AMF orders these conditions. How horrible! Can you please recommend to me any bowling establishment that doesn't have these distractions, and I would go there. Otherwise, if the grandchildren aren't interested and someone offers me some money for my ball and shoes, I'll take it, and unfortunately give up the game.