Austin >Recreation Facilities > Amf 300 Austin
9504 N Ih 35, Austin, TX | Directions 7875330.360731 -97.687894
Neighborhoods: North Lamar, North Lamar
Ok bowling – The alleys are aged, but I think this may be the best one in town. The balls are garbage, so if you have your own bowling ball bring it, or your game may suffer because of it.
If you are bored and just want to bowl a game or 2 then I would go there, but I wouldnt make a night out of it. The good thing is if you get a drink the wait staff is usually pretty good about refills and coming by. Like said, its OK, but nothing to rave about.
Best bowling in Austin!!!! – We have been a couple times and every time its great yes you will spend more here then at other bowling allys but you don't have to worry about get a foot fungus from the shoes !!!!! My husband is a very hard to please person and he was very happy with the service (ask for jasmine)!!!!!!! My kids love it they are very helpful with putting bumpers up only when its the kids turns!! will do for adults too if your that bad lol!!!! Great for families and or just a night out!!!
HORRIBLE service – We went there LAST NIGHT and had horrific service. My husband brought his own shoes...and was charged. We had MINIMAL aid from anyone that worked there and will NEVER, EVER return. What a waste of time and money!
Watch your bill or you will be robbed – I took my family to Austn 300 for the second time yesterday. We had been there once before and had a great time until the bill came. Both my husband and myself brought our own shoes, yet they were on the bill. There were other items that the server failed to take off the bill the first time we went. We decided after a year to give it another try. Guess what....you guessed it. Brought my shoes, told my server, yet they were on the bill again. We ordered milk, but they were out. And again at the end of the night, it was on the bill. I was humiliated because when I told the server that they should not charge for things unless they are used he got the manager of the facility to talk to me as if i was THE ONE COMMITTING A CRIME. I hope that folks read this so that they make certain to review their bill at this location before paying for anything. There policy is to charge for it and have the customer tell them to remove from the bill. Watch out for the server named Jeff as he has been trained to charge you high and have you decide what should be on the bill. It is not his responsbility as a server to charge you correclty..
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Wow 300 Austin SPAMS their own reveiws! – In town from New York City and looking for places to go hang out, when i noticed this place, 300Austin on CitySearch was fixing their reviews, so people cam come to their spot. I'm reading the reviews, first few of which are same fair and genuinely starred between 1 and 3 stars. cool. sounds about right(via complaints of over-crowdedness, too expensive, bad food, etc.) when all of a sudden, I see 3 comments in a row with 5 stars a piece, promoting 'Ladies night" and such: Including the spot's phone number. ??? Is that allowed? That's not fair! Says a lot about a club/bar/whatever that has to Spam it's way to good ratings.. BS--CitySearch, please regulate!!!
Editorial Review by Citysearch Editors – Upscale, modern bowling alley also features billiards and a pub menu of high-end eats like Angus burgers.
300 Sportsbar Poor Decision by Management – I was at this sports bar for game 5 of the Hornets vs Spurs game which started at 8:30 in the evening. The game was intense up to halftime, my party of 8 which included family members and friends were feeling good as well as approximately 12 other people in this bar. We were all eating from your menu as well as ordering beverages and from the looks of it, the rest of your patrons were doing the same thing. This all sounds pretty good and standard for a good sports bar right? Well next came the ultimate buzz letdown. Management made the most moronic, careless and irresponsible move known to the sporting world. His decision was to close the bar at 11:00pm regardless as to whether the game was finished or not. I've never in my life heard of a sports bar kicking out their patrons before the completion of a game, let alone a game of this magnitude, just so they can close on time?? I felt like an idiot because I referred this sports bar to my friends and family, where I could've easily taken them to Bikini right down the street with beautiful girls serving us hand and feet. We didn't go there because we felt it would be packed due to the game and we wanted the close cozy personable atmosphere that I though this place had. Instead, we get a bartender turning off the volume at halftime and shouting out to all the patrons that he was forced by management to close the doors at 11:00 pm and we would have to find somewhere else to go to finish watching the game. You talk about letting the air out of the bag on what was an intense and heart pumping game and atmosphere. Not only did this establishment lose money on the food and beverage we and the other patrons were willing to spend but they lost my respect, all the other patrons' respect and any further patronage back to this establishment by all of us and our friends. Word of mouth will eventually spread to all the people affected by management's poor decision to close the doors on us!
Ultra-hip Bowling, but ultra-busy, and ultra-expensive – 300 Austin is a fun concept, but we just spent $215 for six people to bowl two games, including food and drinks. It was remarkably expensive for a night that didn't include 6th street. While we had fun, the place was loud, and crowded. For that matter, the food, while expensive, was not very good. The various fried appetizers were obviously frozen, the burger was poorly cooked and soggy, while the personal pizzas were barely 6 inches in diameter but cost $8! Drinks, while similarly expensive, were quite strong (and redeemably good). The lanes were crowded on the Saturday evening that we were there, and the staff placed our large group next to two other large groups, so we spent the evening crowded on all sides.
Rap & Bowl – I went out with a group of friends to 300 Bowl and I was impressed by the facilites and staff at this bowling alley. I wasn't impressed by the music for the fiday night RocknBowl, it was about 95% rap and we heard the same songs. The DJ clearly needs more variety. Other than that the place is top notch.
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