Elkhorn Lanes

★★★☆☆
  • 3203 N 204th St

    Elkhorn, NE 68022

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  • 402-289-4614

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Sports & Recreation

Sports & Recreation
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This place has a lot of balls. And pins. And an alley to roll the ball down. Whadda' deal!!!!!

Typical mid-size bowling alley. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Typical stuff served in bowling alleys all across the USA. Kind of pricey and the dining area is far from fancy. Hired help has never been a strong point in the dining area. Actually, consistently sloppy service, slow and lacking effort to please the customer.

The bar is small and attracts locals who drink and socialize. Never saw a band there, mostly just the drinking crowd I avoid with a passion.

Next to the bar is a small keno parlor, one of the few forms of gambling allowed in Nebraska. Hey!!!! I won $1,000 playing there but that was years ago and haven't played for a long time. Folks in other parts of the place can play keno. You have to go to the keno desk to place your numbers but there are TV screens all over so you can see the numbers drawn.

Even though Omaha, a MUCH bigger city than the humble hamlet of Elkhorn is very close, locals still flock to this facility. It must meet needs since they've been in business for a long time. I seldom eat here anymore due to the high cost of mediocre food. I don't bowl nor drink so I seldom enter the place. Just to check the place out, since the menu changes from time-to-time, I eat there once or twice per year. Prices keep going up and the portions appear smaller.

PROS: Offers services locals obviously want
CONS: High food prices

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★★★☆☆

This place has a lot of balls. And pins. And an alley to roll the ball down. Whadda' deal!!!!!

Typical mid-size bowling alley. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Typical stuff served in bowling alleys all across the USA. Kind of pricey and the dining area is far from fancy. Hired help has never been a strong point in the dining area. Actually, consistently sloppy service, slow and lacking effort to please the customer.

The bar is small and attracts locals who drink and socialize. Never saw a band there, mostly just the drinking crowd I avoid with a passion.

Next to the bar is a small keno parlor, one of the few forms of gambling allowed in Nebraska. Hey!!!! I won $1,000 playing there but that was years ago and haven't played for a long time. Folks in other parts of the place can play keno. You have to go to the keno desk to place your numbers but there are TV screens all over so you can see the numbers drawn.

Even though Omaha, a MUCH bigger city than the humble hamlet of Elkhorn is very close, locals still flock to this facility. It must meet needs since they've been in business for a long time. I seldom eat here anymore due to the high cost of mediocre food. I don't bowl nor drink so I seldom enter the place. Just to check the place out, since the menu changes from time-to-time, I eat there once or twice per year. Prices keep going up and the portions appear smaller.

PROS: Offers services locals obviously want
CONS: High food prices

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