2175 Savoy Dr, Atlanta, GA | Directions 3034133.919249 -84.299504
Mon-Wed 3pm - 12am
Thurs 3pm - 1am
Fri -Sat 11am - 3am
Sun11am - 2am
Bowling on another level – This place is amazing. It's like a one stop shop for fun, foos and drinks! If you want to sit at the bar and have a drink with friends, or sit at a table and have a nice meal, or even play a quick game of bowling, Atlanta 300 is the place to go! Everytime I go I have the best time because the music is great and the wings are really good! I would suggest this place to anyone who is looking for all around fun.
AVOID AT ALL COST – This place SUCKED!!!!!!! I will recommend this place to no one. No one worked there seems to know what was going on with orders, drinks or food. We waited 3 hours for some wings but got the check in two minutes which had items on it that we did not order. We would have left but had family playing on lanes. The prices was way to high but I could looked over it if the food would have came on time. Oh my God please let me mention the bathroom, it was so nasty. If they plan on marketing this place as upscale then PLEASE hire a bathroom attendant. No paper or soap was in the rest room. I really hope the staff did not have use this facility. By the way is this the same place on the website. HA HA.
Don't forget about that DJ who played every song twice back to back, what's up with that. 300 scores a gutter ball.
Pricey but clean and fun alley's – This is my first review on Citysearch. We went to this place yesterday with a bunch of my friends. Even though the price is on the higher side ($5 for shoes, $6 per game/per person before 5pm), we had a good time. The alley's are hip and clean. The service is good. We don't have to move from the sitting area to order something. Overall we had fun. I had to give 1 less star 'cos of the price :)
300 Not so 'Happy' Hour – I had been eager to visit 300 for months, when my coworker and I decided to stop by there Friday during "Happy Hour". I called a ahead to see when "Happy Hour" was over. After immediately putting me on hold, the receptionist came back to the phone and said that "Happy Hour" ended at 9pm. My coworker and I arrived at 7:20.
When we got to the bar, we asked the waitress what was the HH specials? She then asked someone else who said that HH was over at 7. I wasnt "Happy". Then we both ordered our drinks. My Strawberry Margarita was $11 and my coworkers Margarita with a shot of patron was $14. Now neither of us were "Happy".
The next time we both will go to Apple Bee's ($2 Long Islands) or to the Mexican Restuarant on that same street as 300 for a Decent Happy Hour experience.
An ATLANTA Standard – This place has been here FOREVER. I have been coming to Savoy Drive for Great Bowling, Games and Food for over 25 years. When Savoy Drive had the Steak & Ale the Mad Italian and others it was still a "meeting spot" The place has always set the standard. This is one of the few bowling alleys where the food is actually GOOD. Some places look like everything they serve is from the freezer to the microwave, but 300 Atlanta was much better. And their drinks are not watered down. You can actually get the buzz you expect without going broke at the bar. I will agree they are a little more expensive than some other places, but sometimes you just get what you pay for. If I have to pay more for better service, better lanes, and better food, then I am glad to spend my money there.
Nice Idea BUT crowd is too young – I would say that the idea of bowling while watching videos is attractive but the crowd at this place is young -- early college age. If you are under the age of 24 & enjoy rap music, you'll probably fit in.
The best bowling I've had since I moved to Atlanta – I enjoy bowling, and since I moved here I have been to several bowling alleys that were not worth the cost of gas to drive there. I was taken to 300 Atlanta on a date and the guy had heard me complain about the quality of bowling alleys, and he knew how much I loved bowling. The first thing that impressed me was that we didn't have to pay up front. Most places charge you for non-refundable games before they even give you a lane. When we got to the lane and our waitress came up, I wasn't quite sure what her purpose was... but i soon learned. My daughter was with us, and she kept pushing the call button. Our waitress responded promptly and courteously every time.
I have been back a few times now. This is one of the few bowling alleys where the food is actually GOOD. Some places look like everything they serve is from the freezer to the microwave, but 300 Atlanta was much better. And their drinks are not watered down. You can actually get the buzz you expect without going broke at the bar. I will agree they are a little more expensive than some other places, but sometimes you just get what you pay for. If I have to pay more for better service, better lanes, and better food, then I am glad to spend my money there. In fact, I have a birthday coming up and am planning to host my party there.
WAY OVERRATED! – This place was a TOTAL RIP OFF!! We tried to do something different and what a mistake we made. First of all this place isn?t nearly as nice in person as it is on the website. Second of all the service was HORRIBLE & the food & drinks were way over priced. The bartenders have NO IDEA how to make drinks, I ordered a very common shot for my friend and the bartender had to look it up in a book. Needless to say the shot was horrible. Thirdly, shoe rentals cost almost as much as the bowling does not to mention that fact that apparently some people are exempt from wearing bowling shoes since the people on the lane next to us were bowling in their flip flops. At the end of the night when the bill came we all just wanted to split it up evenly but we were told that they could not accept more than 2 credit cards (something we should have been told up front) so we were going to go & get cash but their ATM machine was broken. Finally, they agreed to split the bill for us and there were several items on our receipt that we did not have but we all wanted to get out of there SO BADLY that we just paid it and left. I have never written a bad review before but I had to make sure to warn everyone about this place. Terrible experience!
Too Expensive! – I am not originally from Atlanta, but live here now.The price to bowl here is waaaaaaaaaaay to expensive for bowling. $5 per game, per person is RIDICULOUS!!! The food prices are outrageous, for what I call "Mcdonalds served on plates" & who's stupid idea was it to have a concerige at your bowling lane standing over you watching your every move!!! & by the way Glow Bowling is not new...it has been around for at least 20 yrs! I am used to paying maybe $5 for a lane no matter how many people you bring with you & being served regular bar like food that you have to get yourself. We only bowled 2 games there with four people. All we ordered were 2 beers & a pitcher of water, no food, & our grand total was almost $60 for that!!!! If we ordered food it would have been almost $80. Plus there were people there actually bowling in "clubbing" clothes like they were at a nightclub.
We gave up, drove to the "hood" where we ended up spending a total of under $30 for food, shoes, and a lane for all 4 of us, and bowled 4 more games! If you want to have fun, & do "real" bowling, go to the hood and you'll get your money's worth. But if you just want to waste money & be around superficial people just to look good, feel free to bowl at 300!!!
Editorial Review by Citysearch editors – Retro alleys take on new meaning at this innovative hot-spot with bowling, billiards and fully-stocked bars.
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