Apparently, Kim Kardashian can bypass that whole "bowling shoes only" rule.
The first one opened on Highway 91 in 1931 but the El Rancho Vegas opened in 1941 on what is now known as the Strip.
That little history lesson aside, these bowling lanes are the swankest we've seen with chandeliers lighting up each of the lanes. The lounge spaces and the bars could be right at home in Hollywood somewhere. We're also loving their late-night pizza service on Fridays and Saturday from (11pm to 2am.)
While bowling with your friends in such a nice spot might not cost you many duckets (they have all-you-can-bowl nights for $20), you best be sure to save some cash for the rooms. This month, Foxwoods is pretty booked up on the weekends. We could only find rooms at the Two Trees Inn, the "charming, rustic" option across the street for an average of $194 a night. The Grand Pequot Tower was available midweek for about $165.
Oh and if you're not into bowling, this place also has an ice skating rink open until February 27.