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73rd Street Lanes

73rd Street Lanes

  Name: 73rd Street Lanes  
  Address: 7235 Elmwood Avenue  
  City: Philadelphia  
  State: PA  
  Zip: 19142  
  Phone: (215) 365-1626  
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  Lane Type: Wood  
  Pro Shop: Yes  
  Food: None  
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How Does 73rd Street Lanes Rate?
Votes:    55
Lanes: Actual Value is 4Actual Value is 4Actual Value is 4Actual Value is 4
Food: Actual Value is 3.8Actual Value is 3.8Actual Value is 3.8Actual Value is 3.8
Price: Actual Value is 4.2Actual Value is 4.2Actual Value is 4.2Actual Value is 4.2Actual Value is 4.2
Fun: Actual Value is 4.1Actual Value is 4.1Actual Value is 4.1Actual Value is 4.1Actual Value is 4.1
Overall: Actual Value is 4.1Actual Value is 4.1Actual Value is 4.1Actual Value is 4.1Actual Value is 4.1
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73rd Street Lanes Comments


Comment Date: 12/27/2012 Name: David Sealy
Good lanes, But not great. I love the convenience, very clean lots of new games nice pool tables. I love the place.

Comment Date: 6/30/2009 Name: Margaret
Convenient location nice atmosphere friendly staff.Child friendly

Comment Date: 3/15/2008 Name: Johan Schmidt
Very friendly atmosphere. Non smoking. Only played there a few times, but fun all around. Management very nice and equipment well taken care of.

Comment Date: 8/12/2005 Name: Robert S Myers
Wood Lanes but well taken care of, better than most very consistent lane conditions for wood lanes.

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