DUE TO THE COVID -
ALL PREVIOUS LEAGUES WERE CANCELLED, NEW LEAGUES WILL HOPEFULLY START IN AUGUST, DEPENDING ON CAPACITY
We are reopening on Tuesday, July 7, 2020 at 6pm. We have a maximum capacity of 50 people at any given time during the day, masks must be worn to enter. Looking forward to seeing you all again!
HEALTH & SAFETY STANDARDS
We are working to ensure that our center is clean, sanitized and maintained on a regular basis.
Balls and shoes are being thoroughly sanitized and guests will be provided with disinfecting wipes and/or spray, as needed.
Shoes will continue to be sanitized after each use with high-
Hand sanitizer will be available for all guests to use and will be checked and replenished.
We will regularly clean and sanitize guest touch points and surfaces.
All staff will be temperature checked prior to beginning their shifts.
All staff will wear personal protective equipment (face masks) and adhere to social distancing guidelines.
Masks must be worn once you enter the center, they could be taken off at their lanes while bowling, but must be put back on once you leave your lanes to walk around to counter, bar and restrooms.
Keep the 6 feet distancing rule at all times
We have redesigned the experience to to allow our guests to maintain social distancing
There will be a limit of 4-
For your safety and Guests Safety, please follow these new guidelines, if unable to follow you will be asked to leave.
Thank you for your business and please stay safe.
HOURS DURING COVID-
TUESDAY – SATURDAY
6 P.M. – 11 P.M.
SUNDAYS AND MONDAYS
TUESDAY THRU THURDAY
6 PM TO 11:00 PM
$22 PER HOUR $3 SHOES
HOLIDAYS & WORKING HOLIDAYS
$25 PER HOUR $3 SHOES
FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS
$35 PER HOUR $3 SHOES
SUNDAYS & MODAYS
REGULAR OPEN BOWL HOURS
PLEASE CALL FOR LANE AVAILABILTY
COME AND VISIT FIRESIDE BOWL
Fireside Bowl is an original family owned Chicago Bowling Alley established in the 1940’s. At that time Bowling was very popular, Chicago being a blue collar town, was a bowling mecca. Everybody was in at least one bowling league with people from work or church. Fireside Bowl flourished, during the 50’s and 60’s until the factories started closing and many people moved to the suburbs.
Fireside Bowl changed along with the times and was a source of entertainment all along the way. While many Bowling Alleys in Chicago wound up closing, Fireside Bowl has remained open for over 60 years in Logan Square.
Lately with all of the disco bowling and light shows and glow in the dark bowling, it has become increasingly difficult to find a place with that true Chicago bowling alley feel. Fireside Bowl remains increasingly popular by staying true to the game of bowling in the city of Chicago.
This newly renovated bowling alley has maintained the original look and feel of the past with updates to the scoring equipment and amenities. Technically located in Logan Square, people in Bucktown, Wicker Park, Lincoln Park and all over Chicago have found their way to Fireside Bowl.