Bluff Lanes

Bluff Lanes

  Name: Bluff Lanes  
  Address: 1602 N Main Street  
  City: Poplar Bluff  
  State: MO  
  Zip: 63901  
  Phone: (573) 785-7505  
  Lane Type:  
  Pro Shop: No  
How Does Bluff Lanes Rate?
Votes:    20
Lanes: Actual Value is 2.8Actual Value is 2.8Actual Value is 2.8
Food: Actual Value is 2.6Actual Value is 2.6Actual Value is 2.6
Price: Actual Value is 2.4Actual Value is 2.4Actual Value is 2.4
Fun: Actual Value is 2.8Actual Value is 2.8Actual Value is 2.8
Overall: Actual Value is 2.8Actual Value is 2.8Actual Value is 2.8
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Bluff Lanes Comments

Comment Date: 10/1/2011 Name: Elizabeth
Bluff Lanes has changed dramatically. I think they underwent new management and now it is so much better! 5 dollars per person for 2 hourse including shoes and everything on saturday night. And its cosmic bowling. They answered the first time I called and gave me a full detail of my options without me asking! Service is much better! 😀

Comment Date: 2/1/2011 Name: ME
this place should be shut down permanently!!! do not go there!!! a worthless dump of an establishment!!

Comment Date: 1/5/2010 Name: Anonymous
If you want to drink dont go to Bluff Lanes there is no Liquor Licenses for this establishment and i dont think there will be on in future its a dump!!!

Comment Date: 1/1/2009 Name: Taking my $ elsewhere
We had to call this dump about 10 times over the course of a week before we could actually talk to someone who knew WHEN THEY WERE OPEN. When we finally got an answer they told us that YES, THEY WOULD BE OPEN ON NEW YEAR’S DAY, STARTING AT 4PM. So 8 of us planned on going there and bowling/drinking for a few hours starting at 4pm.
We get there at 3:45, the parking lot is empty, and the place is dark. We go up to the door to see what hours they have posted, and THEY DON’T EVEN HAVE THEIR BUSINESS HOURS POSTED ON THE DOOR. We sit and wait until after 4pm, nobody shows up and the place is apparently {deleted} closed.
LEARN HOW TO RUN A GOD DAMN BUSINESS!! Your own employees don’t even know when the {deleted} place is open or not, when you call they tell you to call back in an hour because ‘then the owner will be here’ and you call back in an hour and THEY TELL YOU THE SAME {DELETED} THING. You make people waste their {deleted} time getting together and driving out there because the {deleted deleted} was supposed to be OPEN!! While we were waiting to see if someone would show up and open the place up, 3 other groups of people drove up to the door, frowned, and drove away – some of them with children who probably THOUGHT they were going to get to bowl because some MORON told them on the god damn phone that your {deleted} establishment would be open for business. HOW MUCH MONEY DID YOU MISS OUT ON?? A dozen or more people renting shoes and bowling a couple of games and having a few drinks could have brought in a decent sum of money that you could have used to SMOKE CRACK and pay for your addiction to CHILD PROSTITUTES, YOU DUMB A** {DELETED}!

Comment Date: 7/14/2008 Name: dmoney
its me again i was reading the comments and i think it is a shame that ppl are more worried about the prices than having fun it doesnt matter the price its the fun that counts and no im not a rich person if it makes a difference ive been working at a fast food rest. for 4 yrs and i wish ppl would take a second to relize how blessed they are to be able to do these kinds of things and to be perfictly honest i dont remember how much it cost when i went to bluff lanes but i do remember how much fun i had cosmic bowling!god bless

Comment Date: 10/16/2007 Name: Love to Bowl
The people are kinda rude, the prices are kinda high, but I usually have a good time. I’d go a lot more often if the prices were better & the people were nicer!!

Comment Date: 7/3/2007 Name: What a rip off!
We didn’t even make it past the initial phone call to bluff lanes. Rather than charging by-the-game like most reputable bowling allies, bluff lanes charges per hour per customer. For my wife and I to bowl for 1 hour – FOURTEEN DOLLARS, including shoes. AND THIS IS IN THE OFF SEASON on July 3rd That’s 2 dollars per pair of shoes, and 5 dollars per person per hour to bowl. This means that unless you plan on bowling by yourself at a phrenetic pace, bluff lanes is far from a bargain, it is in fact a colossal rip off. Bluff lanes is another shining example of why living in poplar bluff s*cks. They take full advantage of the lack of competition and charge outrageously high prices. I give bluff lanes a 0 out of 5 on all categories.

Comment Date: 1/29/2007 Name: dmoney
how about me,myself and i get over it and quit being lazy and go up there instead of being lazy to see if there are lanes open and if ur grippen over this i would hate to see what would happen if someone got ur food order wrong GOSH!!! =^.^=

Comment Date: 1/29/2007 Name: dmoney
we had lots of fun it was awsome and the ppl WAS NOT RUDE!!!!

Comment Date: 2/25/2006 Name: Me, Myself, I
Please. These people are rude. If one calls to reserve a lane for Saturday, ya best do it on a Monday. The prices are appalling. I do not recommend.

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