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Jeff49424

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Recommendations on lanes in Southern Twin Cities
on: October 16, 2017, 12:57:05 PM
Looking possibility to move back to the twin cities.  Just curious at what the nicer lanes are in the area?  Looking  at living around Eagan/Mendota Heights area...

Roller

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Re: Recommendations on lanes in Southern Twin Cities
Reply #1 on: October 17, 2017, 01:46:06 AM
Hiya!
 Hey man, as a Twin City denizen, I can say that in that neck of the woods, Cedarvale Lanes in Eagan is a great choice. Classic, huge house with good folks, good food, and a great pro shop guy in Scott Pohl at Ontrack. http://www.cedarvalelanes.com/. A bit further, towards Apple Valley, and you can get to Bogarts, which is also a great venue.
 http://www.bogartsplace.com/bowling . If you go out a bit more to the east, off of 94, you can go to where I learned to bowl as a kid, Sun Ray Lanes, which will always have a soft spot in my heart. http://www.sunraylanes.com/ All of these are great houses, with the Pro Shop I head to being the one at Cedarvale, though I do most of my bowling at Sun Ray. Check 'em out, and take it easy. :)

Jeff49424

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Re: Recommendations on lanes in Southern Twin Cities
Reply #2 on: October 17, 2017, 09:03:14 AM
Thanks for the reply...

I used to live a 1/2 mile from Cedarvale, I assumed it was demolished to make room for the outlet mall.  I know the gas station in the same parking is gone.


Many and many of nights spent at Fitz's that I cant remember growing up!

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Re: Recommendations on lanes in Southern Twin Cities
Reply #3 on: October 17, 2017, 09:54:45 PM
Glad to help! It's still there, with the mall right next to it. Again, a great house.