Let The Good Times Bowl!

Beer, burgers, bowling – what’s not to love?

Get down to Dog Bowl in Manchester for a game of ten-pin bowling. And if you’re feeling peckish, you can get your paws on some delicious sink-your-teeth-into burgers!

We caught up with Andrew, Events Manager at Dog Bowl, and he gave us some insider tips on how to bowl your first strike! Watch the video here:

Check out our pick of the Manchester’s best bowling alleys, amusement arcades and restaurants.

Namco Funscape

Grab the kids and head to the bowling alley at Namco Funscape in Manchester. It’s an excellent spot for families with plenty to entertain young and old. Shoot’em-ups, race care simulators, cuddly toy claw cranes – Namco Funscape in the Trafford Centre has enough to keep you occupied for hours!

Jump Ninja

Jump Ninja is a trampoline park for the young and the young at heart. With over 60 interconnected trampolines including a giant airbag, jump platform, runway, slam dunk hoop, battle beam, and foam pit – Jump Ninja will have you bouncing off the walls (literally!)


After working up an appetite, take a load off at Rustic. Rustic is the all-American restaurant that only uses fresh ingredients from local suppliers in and around Manchester. Rustic supports the local community, and their burger buns are made fresh by The Bake House—a small, homely baker in Altrincham—each day. Yum!

Shack Bar & Grill

The Shack Bar and Grill in Manchester was formerly a clothing warehouse, and it still keeps that trendy warehouse look and feel today. The Shack’s American-style menu will leave you spoiled for choice: burgers, sliders, wings, ribs and steaks. And, if you’re up for the challenge, try their signature hot sauce (not for the faint-hearted!)

Tons of amazing freebies and complimentary experiences are waiting for you at these venues, thanks to the ENTERTAINER UK app!


Laura Marie Parker
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