What a unique spot. A hip bowling alley that doubles as a restaurant bar that is owned by Town Hall, so that means lots of great Town hall beer including their Super Strike which is one of the better pale lagers I have had. A decent number of guess taps. Food menu is similar to the brewpub. A pretty awesome place IMO.
I really enjoyed my visit here. Itís a tastefully refurbished bowling alley that serves Town Hall beers - whatís not to like? The beer menu is a bit smaller than the mother ship brewpub, but it compensates with a solid selection of guest taps. The Super Strike is a fantastic rendition of a pale lager that goes very well with the bar food fare and games of bowling. Beer prices are reasonable, while the bowlingís a bit pricier than other lanes in the area. Overall, a great spot. If it wasnít located in far south Minneapolis, Iíd visit often.
Solid spinoff from Town Hall Brewery/Tap. Bowling, beer, food, it has it all. Busy but the usual tap stuff. Lots of their own beers. Food is good as youíd expect from Town Hall. Always have had great service, $5 beers are the norm and they get some of the special beers that the Brewery makes. great little place for food, beer and bowling if you desire. It has an entire restaurant so youíre not necessarily eating in a bowling alley.
The Town Hall experience completely here, featuring a high quality house tap list and an excellent guest list as well; the menu offers the same average bar food as the brewpub, totally fine. Comfortable open environment. Bowling is a simpler task here in this quiet neighborhood than other crowded Minneapolis options, so itís a great choice for that purpose. Pretty calm crowd here much of the time. Nice place.
This tucked away place is a perfect little hideaway that doesnít get too busy on a weekday night. Great, broad tap selection. The place isnít too big and has a great classic, old feeling to this newly renovated space. Cozy, open interior.
Atom (192) Minneapolis, Minnesota | July 16, 2014| Updated May 23, 2015
Great looking place, lots of nice wood work and the new lanes look great tucked behind the bar and resturant area. Food is on par with the tap. Lots of guest lines along with TH lineup.
Bright cheery space. Very open. Lots of dark and light wood around. Prices are ok. Food seems to be the same good stuff you get at Town Hall. Saw a few pizza things go by that looked really good. Was worried I would be hearing a ton of bowling in the background, but Iíve not heard a thing so far. Not many parking spots but street parking seems to be pretty available. Place is not too far from the MSP airport - not a bad place to sit and wait for a plane to arrive.
Stopped by for a work happy hour. A nice addition to the TH lineup. Nicely done interior with a few TVs spread around showing ESPN. Decent amount of home brews on, along with some solid guest taps. Pint prices are reasonable, but no sampler sizes nor flights. A few spaces for parking, otherwise you can park on the street.
Ended up not being able to bowl as it was a league night that didnít seem to be on their calendar, but the food was excellent and seemed about par for cost. A nice smattering of Town Hall beers with a hell of a good "guest" tap list.
BVery (625) Plymouth, Minnesota | August 10, 2013| Updated February 14, 2014
This is sweet! Very well done on the bowling alley remodel. Awesome bar area. 8 house taps and about 16 guest taps. Some of the best chicken strips Iíve ever had. Love this!!!