Robin Hood Lanes

Robin Hood Lanes

  Name: Robin Hood Lanes  
  Address: 9801 Edmonds Way  
  City: Edmonds  
  State: WA  
  Zip: 98020  
  Phone: (425) 776-2101  
  Lane Type:  
  Pro Shop: No  
How Does Robin Hood Lanes Rate?
Votes:    91
Lanes: Actual Value is 2.5Actual Value is 2.5Actual Value is 2.5
Food: Actual Value is 2.4Actual Value is 2.4Actual Value is 2.4
Price: Actual Value is 2.5Actual Value is 2.5Actual Value is 2.5
Fun: Actual Value is 2.3Actual Value is 2.3Actual Value is 2.3
Overall: Actual Value is 2.4Actual Value is 2.4Actual Value is 2.4
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Robin Hood Lanes Comments
Comment Date: 12/14/2011 Name: frequent customer
I have to disagree with Anon, prices are lowest in comparisan to other bowling alleys in the area. Sure Friday and Saturday nights are higher than other nights but my above statement stands, they have a couple of weeknights where its $1 or $2 per game after leagues. As a league bowler I never pay more than $2.25 for open/public bowling even on Friday and Saturday nights.

Comment Date: 9/7/2011 Name: anonymous
The owner is a loud mouth alcoholic. The staff is rude. The prices are outrageous.

Comment Date: 8/22/2011 Name: league bowler
Lanes look like new after resurfacing, and the new flat panel monitors for the scoring looks great.

Comment Date: 3/3/2011 Name: Faja
I have been bowling here for just over two months because I moved from south. I go every Wednesday for Wacky Wednesdays and Quartermania on Sunday’s. They are both great values and I could bowl there all night. The staff has always been friendly, including the front desk and the kitchen. Terry, the pro shop guy is very knowledgable. I plan on going back time and time again.

Comment Date: 5/24/2010 Name: Mister Fanortner
Rumor hasnt it that Ian Richards is banned from the place.

Comment Date: 2/13/2010 Name: pissed of customer
I came to “moonlight” on saturday and everything seemed to be going good all the people at the front desk were nice, friendly and appeared to be doing there job. As the night went on my husband and I decided to order drinks, the light-skinned server was way to flirty with my husband, making us both very uncomfortable and making me angry and pissed off. Being nasty isn’t going to get you more tip money honey! and also maybe you should spray yourself after your smoke breaks because you reeked of cigarettes. Gross and not very professional. I’m sorry to say my experience at Robinhood was ruined and My husband and I will not be returning.

Comment Date: 9/9/2009 Name: Craig (yep it’s me)
For years I have had great fun at RObin Hood Lanes. Mike (owner) was the nicest guy in the world. Last year something happened. They decided that everything was in their own best interst and the customer really didn’t matter. The people at the desk became very rude. It went so far as they chased myself and several other bowlers away never to return. I sure hope that the element that caused the shift in attitude is either gone or has been squelched so that it can return to the fun place it used to be. I am hopeful but realistically not holding my breath.

Comment Date: 7/21/2009 Name: saibot
Ian Richards get a life and quit blowing up the comment board. I can hit my house with a rock from robin hood and have never had a problem there.

Comment Date: 1/26/2009 Name: Theresa B
Wow…I had my child’s birthday party there over the weekend, and it was totally awesome. Iwent in there with a bad attitude, I was having a bad day, and the front desk employee went out of his way to make me feel welcome, and wanted. He had a table all set up for us, and it even had a free bowling pin included. He really turned my day around for me, and I will support this business in the future. Thank you sooooo much!

Comment Date: 1/20/2009 Name: Anonymous
Robinhood lanes,very rude front desk,a hang out for the empl, more then the customers. If you want to bowl a league here dont. Ownership cares less about the customers and more about the empl.

Comment Date: 11/13/2008 Name: Renee
I was very disappointed in their service. To me it seems more of a hangout for employees than a business. Not only was the front desk rude, but I threw my nephews party there and the kitchen staff was rude. The food was burnt and I felt uncomfortable entering the kitchen to ask any questions. They will no longer be getting my families business.

Comment Date: 4/21/2008 Name: A
They have a brand new lanewalker lane machine, shot is really GOOD now. I’m a league bowler and i’ll be back next year. Great investment fellas.

Comment Date: 12/17/2007 Name: A
Shot is a little on the dry side, need to go longer with the oil pattern. Machines run well, staff is friendly.

Comment Date: 11/23/2006 Name: Lavkait
Front desk employee- if you are a man wear a hat on Sunday, if you are a woman wear a dress.

Comment Date: 12/16/2005 Name: Ian Richards
I Think Robin Hood Lanes is Better and much Friendly to Bowl at the Leilani Lanes Because I Like Bowling on Leagues at Robin Hood Lanes I
I Hate Leilani Lanes Because they’re a Bunch of Jerks at Leilani Lanes thanks IAn Richards

Comment Date: 6/10/2005 Name: Steve
Nice lanes and decent prices. However, the rude staff unwilling to honor the Wednesday evening price listed on their website has encouraged me to never return.

Comment Date: 6/10/2005 Name: David
Good lanes, reasonable prices, but very rude service. Also, do not trust the prices posted on their web site. Last time I bowled there, their web site advertised $1.50 per game bowling. When we were done bowling, we were told that the web page was wrong and bowling was now $2.00 per game, and had absolutely no concern that their web page was incorrect.

Comment Date: 4/30/2005 Name: Ian Richards
I Like Kenmore Lanes Better Because People Don’t Tell Each other what to do I Just Don’t Like Robin Hood Lanes from the way Thing Worked Out Thats Why I Move to Kenmore Lanes I hope you Understand my Decison Thank you Ian Richards

Comment Date: 4/10/2005 Name: Ian Richards
Dear Robin Hood Lanes. I think Robin Hood Lanes (expletive deleted) because there’s no room on the leagues. I never want to bowl at Robin Hood Lanes again and folks are unfriendly and stupid.

Comment Date: 9/1/2004 Name: Ian Richards
I think that you should take Friar Tuck Tappers
off the internet. I also like to add that it should be AlleyCats all year Long. About the Mariner Party League, I don’t think it should be called Mariner Party League, it should be called Tuesday Primetime.

Comment Date: 4/27/2004 Name: bowling mom
I’m not sure about adult league play at Robin Hood, but they go out of their way to accomodate families who participate in their children’s leagues. They remember kids’ names, have always been friendly to us, etc. It’s a nice place to bowl. PLUS the lanes never go on the fritz like some newer bowling alleys we’ve been to! They ALWAYS work!

Comment Date: 2/23/2004 Name: Anonymous
Overall a good dollar value, lower regular price (before 5pm) and various promotions makes the price a lot better than other lanes. However, the service is poor. Two out of three of the “front desk” employees are rude. They also will tell you they have reserved lanes for you, but when you show up if you have less than 9 people they will want you to all bowl on one lane.

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