Aiea Bowl

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About Aiea Bowl, Aiea

Overview of Aiea Bowl

Walking past the city of Aiea, you will come across Aiea Bowl. Don't expect lot of visitors to Aiea Bowl since it is not a popular tourist spot in Aiea.

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Timings: 07:00 am - 09:30 pm Details

Bar, Bowling Alley

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Getting around Aiea Bowl, Aiea

Public Transport : Bus - Bus

The transit method is Bus to Alapai Transit Center, costing around USD 3. The duration of the trip is 27 minutes. From Alapai Transit Center, take a Bus to Kapiolani Community College. The duration of this trip is 32 minutes. The total distance is 23.17 Kilometre.

Public Transport : Bus

Suggested transit method is Bus from Kamehameha Hwy + Opp Salt Lake Bl. The distance between the points being 51.06 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 83 minutes. The expense of the trip is USD 3.

Taxi

The most preferred mode of transport is Taxi. The transit will take around 19 minutes, covering a distance of 21.94 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly USD 70.

Car

Take a Car. The total distance will be 21.94 Kilometre costing USD 2 and the duration of the trip will be 19 minutes.

Towncar

It is recommended to take Towncar which will cost you roughly USD 35, taking around 19 minutes. The distance between the two points is 21.94 Kilometre.

Public Transport : Bus - Bus

Suggested transit method is Bus. In 22 minutes you'll reach S Hotel St + Bishop St. The expense of the trip is USD 3. From S Hotel St + Bishop St, opt for Bus to Lunalilo Home Rd + Kaumakani St, the duration of journey is 60 minutes. The distance between the points is 37.45 Kilometre.

Taxi

The most preferred mode of transport is Taxi. The transit will take around 25 minutes, covering a distance of 31.44 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly USD 95.

Car

Take a Car. The total distance will be 31.44 Kilometre costing USD 2 and the duration of the trip will be 25 minutes.

Towncar

It is recommended to take Towncar which will cost you roughly USD 50, taking around 25 minutes. The distance between the two points is 31.44 Kilometre.

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  • Good food. We got Tasty chicken and it was tasty aright. We also got oxtail soup. Would definitely recommend it!

  • Good grindz for a bowling alley and even better desserts! Officially named "The Alley", more widely known as Aiea Bowl. The inside has gone through quite an upgrade over the years (though don't know when). It's really a nice place - friendly staff, clean, and despite all the bowling traffic passing right through the dining area, calm and relaxed. They have a solid local style lunch and dinner, and if you close the place down, only a few more hours until breakfast at 7am : ) The Ahi Furikake is great (only thing I've tried). I think I had it at Diamond Head Grill once...if I recall correctly, it was equal if not better. The restaurant seems to always be busy, particularly on weekends. I usually opt to sit outside since I go here on a whim - the waits can be long inside, outside the food's usually ready within 10 minutes of ordering. Also some great outdoor seating and people watching! Again, bowling alley-wise it's great food - even a good choice when comparing to other eats nearby. I live up the street...if you're in the area let's cover the menu!Good grindz for a bowling alley and even better desserts! Officially named "The Alley", more widely known as Aiea Bowl. The inside has gone through quite an upgrade over the years (though don't know when). It's really a nice place - friendly staff, clean, and despite all the bowling traffic passing right through the dining area, calm and relaxed. They have a solid local style lunch and dinner, and if you close the place down, only a few more hours until breakfast at 7am : ) The Ahi Furikake is great (only thing I've tried). I think I had it at Diamond Head Grill once...if I recall correctly, it was equal if not better. The restaurant seems to always be busy, particularly on weekends. I usually opt to sit outside since I go here on a whim - the waits can be long inside, outside the food's usually ready within 10 minutes of ordering. Also some great outdoor seating and people watching! Again, bowling alley-wise it's great food - even a good choice when comparing to other eats nearby. I live up the street...if you're in the area let's cover the menu!

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  • This is a bowling alley that is packed with customers who come for the food, not the pins. I was surprised by how many people were lined up to eat at a bowling alley. I was expecting the usual hot dogs, cold fries and lousy sandwiches but instead I found a massive menu of local favorites. The prices were pretty fair but the portions were very large. The restaurant in Aiea Bowl is nothing like your typical bowling alley food. There is a full sit down table area with waiting staff. Pretty much anything you can think of is on their menu. Service was quick even though there were about 10 people waiting for a table in front of me. This is a local favorite tucked away in a bowling alley, who knew?

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  • Had seen this location on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives and had to check it out when I visited Hawaii. The food was amazing. There was a tremendous variety of local Hawaiian favorites, as well as Asian dishes, standard Americana and some amazing custom fare that you can't find anywhere else. If you're ever visiting Honolulu or Oahu in general, be sure to get down to Aiea Bowl.

  • This bowling alley sure has changed a lot over the years. It's located on the 3rd level of the Aiea Shopping Center. There's a bunch of parking but depending what time you go, parking can be a challenge. I remember when this place was dark and kind of sketchy to go here. But then they got new owners, (this was like over 10 years ago btw) and completely revamped the place. It's brighter, cleaner, updated and a fun place to go. I must say the owners do keep the place in really good condition, even the bowling balls don't look all ratty and beat up. Another plus is that the lanes are great, the balls don't get stuck in the back very often and the score tracking is in color and updated unlike some of the older bowling alleys. They really take care of this place. There are 24 lanes here and they have regular, cosmic and league bowling. They even turn into a semi-lounge/club like place too on some nights. Just make sure you check their schedules on their website, social media or directly with them so you come at the right time. It's great for dates, hanging with your friends or family, or even a work get together. They have a great restaurant and bar too. Make sure you check their social media for discounts and promotions! ******** The Bowling Alley, It's a great place to have fun. No gutter balls please.

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