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Mission Bowling Club
Today 3:00 pm – 12:00 am
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3176 17th St San Francisco, CA 94110
3176 17th StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94110
$$Bar, Bowling Alley
Bowling Alley
Cocktail Bar
Today 3:00 pm – 12:00 am
Monday 3:00 – 11:00 pmTuesday 3:00 – 11:00 pmWednesday 3:00 – 11:00 pmThursday 3:00 pm – 12:00 amFriday 3:00 pm – 12:00 amSaturday 11:00 am – 12:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
Mission Bowling Club is located in the heart of the Mission District of San Francisco. Our venue has 6 brand new bowling lanes, a restaurant featuring technique driven comfort food headed up by executive chef Anthony Myint, and a full bar featuring a thoughtful mix of specialty and classic cocktails, craft beers and wine.

We are a 21 and over facility with the exclusion of our Family Bowl on Saturdays and Sundays between the hours 11am-7pm.

MBC has two levels of dining options, an outdoor covered patio and bicycle parking. We encourage guests to walk, ride or take muni as we are centrally located and close to many transit lines and 16th street BART.
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Retro bowling alley with 6 lanes, a full bar & attached restaurant serving upscale comfort fare.- Google
"Definitely a must if you love bowling/ food/ cocktails (or just fun in general."
"THAT'S THAT. You must try this and the fried chicken!"
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Amanda White
8 months ago
Best chicken and waffles ever! I was surprised to find this at a bowling joint, but they offer a great menu, which is a refreshing change from the typical "bar food" at most bowling places. They also have a full bar and a giant outdoor eating area that's covered. The staff is super friendly and you'll find that the owner is behind the bar mixing up yummy drinks. The wait to bowl is usually really long if you are a walk-in, so reserving a lane is best (as is the case for most places in the city).
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Ryan Paredez
11 months ago
I've been here a few times and I have two thoughts. For bowling: Mediocre. The lanes are not as well oiled as a real bowling lane would be. Not that I'm some pro bowler, but at least try and maintain them so they work as expected. Food and service: The food is delicious and the staff is very friendly. Overall: Bowling was frustrating but hanging out having some beers with my friends was fun. I would still come back.
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lisbeth ortega
9 months ago
I originally scoffed at this place because it seemed bougie. But, I went for a bowling session and dinner with friends, and it was actually a really good experience! The bowling was fun, and the food was FREAKING DELICIOUS. I had the fried chicken and the chili verde pork fries. Both were insanely good. I would actually come back just to eat there.
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Nalani Ngoon Warde
a year ago
We sat at the bar and had some small plates and cocktails before catching a performance across the street at ODC Theatre. It was great. We can't wait to go for some bowling. Food was promising, and cocktails were awesome. Fried Chicken 5/5 So good. So good. So good. Elote 3/5 Hubs really like it (sauce and corn), I just liked the corn. Fries with chili aoli 4/5 Fries were thick, aoli was good. Wanted em a bit more crispy. Clover Club Cocktail 5/5 Delicious and light. Gin and Small Batch Tonic 5/5 Awesome tonic. Corazon de Melon 4/5 Had a hard time tasting the melon, but it was still delish. Kingston Mule 5/5 Refreshing.
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Stephen Smith
7 months ago
This place is quite a cool experience. Its essentially an adult themed bowling alley/bar. The decor is quite hip, dark and comfy in the bar and restaurant area whilst its quite bright for the bowling section. The drinks here are great and the bar staff are very helpful. The burger here is up there with the best I have had and is well worth taking a trip here for. A great place to meet friends, have some drinks, food and plenty of fun.
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Jon Bloodletter
6 months ago
Great date night, food was great. We had the fried chicken, and sliders I think, a few couple beers. Over all the experience was pleasant. The wait is indeed a wait, but it went by smoothly with good food and drinks so no worries. I expect it would be fun in a group from what I've seen.
A Scheirer
a year ago
I took my out-of-town guests here one weekend when it was lashing rain in the city. The lanes were full when we arrived, so we sat down for a nice brunch and by the time we'd finished, something opened up. I can't remember what we ate, but I do remember it was good. Maybe slightly over on the rich and creamy side. Drinks were also good. I especially liked the TBD - the first person to bowl a perfect game gets to name it. Lanes were nice. Staff were helpful. Bonus: They sell socks with pompoms in case you forget yours.
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Robert M. Munroe
10 months ago
As you might expect, the primary focus here is the bowling. However, the food is, as you would expect, exemplary. I loved everything and I'll definitely be back. The service that night, left something to be desired. They were training someone new but, I don't think she had served before. Who cares though! It's the best burger in town! Well, in the top 5 anyway.


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