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Bowlero Corp 126 AMF Columbia Lanes

1732 Bush River Rd.
Columbia, SC 29210

Bowlero Corp in Columbia, SC
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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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    3 days ago
    The bowling center really should open a little earlier. And today I had to reach ridiculously long before I got any service maybe should hire another person because I was not satisfied waiting all that time I should have gotten some free games one of the two but having to wait so long
    Our cashier made sure we knew about the 10pm-1am deal. We had a group of 4 so he also let us use two lanes to get the most games in. Bartenders/servers were also quick and polite with drinks and clean up. Lanes were clean, music was great, shoes were comfy.
    12 weeks ago
    They were very accommodating to put our lanes together so our high school league bowlers could practice together. They also gave us a good rate for the games we bowled, since it was required practice.
    My wife and I bowl numerous centers around town and 4 years ago we decided to put this AMF location in our rotation (we bowl 3 different houses at a time). Everything was good for a while but recently it seems the center is going down hill. There are numerous issues. First off, it has been several months that there are leaks in the ceiling and is now turning into a health issue. You can see the mold growing on the ceiling tile. Then there is the lane conditions. Balls are getting damaged on a regular basis, the oil pattern is reprehensible (blocked out from the 6 board to edge like a sport shot while the rest of the lane is dry as the Sahara desert) to the point after 3 games you either score lower than usual or you have to resurface your ball due to the burn marks on the cover stock. Now lets talk about the employees. The only 2 that seem to care are the server and snack bar lady. Everyone else seems like they are there to just punch a clock and do not care about the customer's experience. One glaring example is a situation that has gone on for a month now... there hasn't been any Yuengling on draft. This situation seems to happen every 3 weeks when the keg is done... for the next couple of weeks we are forced to spend more on bottles because someone is not doing their job. Upon asking the person at the front desk, we were informed they keep forgetting to order it. I asked if there would be a little bit of a discount on the bottles and I was told no. It is not the customers fault but yet we are being forced to pay more because of their mistakes/slackness. What makes the beer fiasco even worse, on tap or in bottle, the beer is always warm. We have to put it on ice before we can stomach it. Due to the downhill slide the center is taking, our team is considering quitting the league/house, spend our Thursday nights with an establishment that appreciates their customer's business and actually have an enjoyable night for the $100+ that we spend a night there. It's sad to see a house we once enjoyed take a turn for the worse.