Let The Good Times Bowl!

Brighton Bowl offers nine candlepin bowling lanes that serve as great fun for family and friends of all ages. Conveniently located in Boston Landing, Brighton Bowl is the perfect spot to hang out and enjoy fresh, delicious food and drinks while enjoying some friendly competition on the lanes. While walk-ins are always welcome, we suggest making a reservation ahead of time. For larger groups, we offer private event booking. No matter if you’re bowling solo or with a group, Brighton Bowl is a uniquely fun experience!

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Brighton Bowl FAQs

How many people can I have in my group?2021-08-31T15:54:53+00:00

Bowling reservations can be made for parties of 8-24 guests and dining reservations can be made for parties up to 24 guests. If you have more than 24 people in your party please see our Events page for more information!

Do you accept walk-ins?2021-08-31T15:55:58+00:00

Yes! If you want to bowl with a party of 7 or less guests, you are welcome to join us as a walk-in party. Walk-in parties are seated on a first come, first serve basis.

How long are lanes reserved for?2021-08-31T15:59:21+00:00

Lanes can be reserved for a maximum of 2 hours. Reservations made through our online system will automatically be assigned 1.5 hours. If you want to reserve a different length of time, please contact us by texting via Resy, making a note in your reservation, or giving us a call at (617) 903-4595.

How much does it cost to rent a lane and pairs of shoes?2021-08-31T16:26:17+00:00

We charge $30/hour per lane and $3/pair of shoes.

I’m running late for my reservation – can you hold my lane?2021-08-31T16:27:37+00:00

We will hold tables and lanes for 15 minutes past the reservation time. After that point we will do our best to accommodate your party as close to your arrival time as possible.

Can I order food/drinks at my lane?2021-08-31T18:04:22+00:00

Yes! We offer full food & beverage service at the lanes, however if you would rather bowl and dine separately you will need to make separate reservations. Be sure to check out our menus full of fresh, delicious options.

What’s the difference between candlepin bowling and regular bowling?2021-09-08T18:43:01+00:00

Glad you asked! While both games feature 10 pins, in candlepin bowling the ball smaller and the pins thinner, and there are some key differences in the rules. Click here to read our blog post about the history of candlepin bowling to learn more.

Make It A Party!

If you have more than 24 people in your party, please see our Events page via the button below for more information. Brighton Bowl is perfect for private celebrations, corporate events, fundraisers and more!

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