So what makes Radio Social so special? We've got THREE reasons:
1. It's not the old bowling alley you grew up with:
It's colorful, it's fresh, it's fun. It's filled with mid-century modern design (and us hipsters in ROC, we love that). Hannah Betts of LivesStyled was the in-house styling expert, and the attention to detail is everywhere...
...from the wallpaper and decor to the re-vamped lockers brought over from Clover Lanes. And the Architectural Designers Seth Eshelman and Brandon Colaprete, of Staach, have upped the game even more with their skills and local handcrafted furniture.
2. It's a place to be social... with other people:
Owners Dan, Randy, and Noah Morgenstern (formerly of Clover Lanes), created Radio Social to be more than a bowling alley on purpose. Dan said that all of the extra games were chosen because they are active games: pool, foosball, ping pong, darts, skee-ball, and shuffleboard...most of the games cannot be enjoyed without playing with another person.
And once the warmer weather hits and the back yard is ready, this door will open to outdoor activities: bocce, badminton, croquet and more.