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Eat, Drink, and Bowl in Jackson Hole

Eat, Drink, and Bowl in Jackson Hole

Jackson Hole is best known for its outdoor activities like hiking, rafting, and skiing, but it also has great indoor activities to give you a break from the outdoors and hotel walls. You can always expect Jackson Hole to have exactly what you need, you just need to know where to look. If you’re meeting up with friends or taking the family for some relaxing fun, your best friend is Hole Bowl. Unlike other indoor activities that have a plethora of options, choosing a place to bowl is not hard.

The bowling lanes provide comfortable fun

According to their 5-star rating on TripAdvsior, this bowling alley is a must-try experience. It’s a well-operated establishment equipped with a competent crew and a premium atmosphere. When you come to Jackson Hole, you rightfully expect beautiful scenery, and that’s what Hole Bowl delivers in their public lanes, private lanes, restaurant and bar. The staff is so friendly that they can seem like part of your group while cheering and jeering with you! There is a lounge space set off from the bowling lanes where you can watch one of their 12 large-screen televisions, play shuffleboard, pool, foosball or arcade games.

Come for luxury bowling or great dining

Unlike other bowling alleys, the food is no afterthought. The Pinsetter Restaurant & Bar serves customer acclaimed food in an aesthetic dining area. It offers a full bar, and they serve flatbread, steak, hamburgers, salads, deserts, and more. Some return customers come back solely for the food when they don’t have time to bowl. Considering all the 5-star restaurants within 4 miles, that’s a huge compliment.

The alley sits at the junction of highways 22 and 191, at the Southern edge of Jackson downtown. This makes it easily accessible if you are coming from anywhere in Jackson, Wilson, or Teton Village, and it avoids the heavy downtown traffic. Spending an evening at Hole Bowl is a great way to recharge for hiking to Grant Teton or skiing down Snow King the next day.