Westside-O-Rama West Seattle Entertainment Guide

Entertainment and Venue listings

Admiral Theater
2343 California Ave. S.W.
938-3456
Movie tickets $5.50

On Tuesday, we celebrate Seniors (over 60) with one dollar off all day, $4.75. 
Tickets and showtimes available at http://farawayentertainment.com/location/admiral-theater/

ArtsWest
4711 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116
206) 938-0339

Beveridge Place Pub
6413 California Ave. S.W.
932-9906
Happy Hour: Monday through Friday, 3 to 6 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 2 to 6 p.m.
www.beveridgeplacepub.com/

The Bridge

The Bridge
6301 California Ave. S.W.
206.402.4606
Food till Midnight every day!
OUR HOURS
MON-FRI: 11AM - 2AM
SAT & SUN: 9AM - 2AM
HAPPY HOUR Monday-Saturday
3PM -6PM (food & drinks) 11PM- 1AM (drinks only)
10% discount (on beverages) for Teachers & Military with ID

Saturday- Brunch at 9am-2pm, full menu at 2pm
Sunday- Brunch at 9am-2pm, full menu at 2pm

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Sunset of the week 6-29-17

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Lindsay Peyton
West Seattle Bowl owner Mike Gubsch said is keeping the late Jack Fasso’s vision alive. Fasso established the bowling alley in 1948 and Gubsch purchased it in 1993. Both men were recently inducted into the Greater Seattle U. S. Bowling Congress Hall of Fame.

West Seattle Bowl – last pin standing

By Lindsay Peyton

West Seattle is home to the last bastion of traditional bowling within city limits.

For lovers of the game, the constant crash of pins emanating from West Seattle Bowl is a comforting soundtrack, a heartbeat confirming that their favorite sport is alive and well.

There aren’t many places left to go for tournaments, to join a league or simply pick up a game.

“The supply is low, and there’s a high demand,” West Seattle Bowl owner Mike Gubsch said. “We need more lanes, if anything.”

As a result, his spot is always busy. There’s a junior and senior program, and the groundwork is being laid for middle school and high school programs to start in the fall. The bowling alley is also a popular spot for events, parties and corporate team-building functions.

Most importantly, for Gubsch, the goal is to keep the long-standing business running. “We want to keep it going,” he said. “We don’t want bowling to go away.”

Gubsch also wants to keep the vision alive of the original owner, the late Jack Fasso. Both men were recently inducted into the Greater Seattle U. S. Bowling Congress Hall of Fame.

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