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Premiere bowling takes the sport beyond its blue-collar roots

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A man bowls at 300 New York beside a go-go dancer. (Photo by Lawrence Delevingne)

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A man bowls at 300 New York on a recent Friday night. (Photo by Lawrence Delevingne)

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A promotional picture of 300 New York. (Photo courtesy of 300 New York)

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A promotional picture of 300 New York. (Photo courtesy of 300 New York)

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Cristal champagne, go-go dancers and VIP rooms are only some of the amenities available to patrons of the new premiere bowling centers that are popping up. Greasy burgers and league play have given way to martinis, mojitos and mingling singles, as an industry tries to rise above its blue-collar rep.


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