The Beach Bowl on Beach Boulevard has been renovated and expanded. | News4JaxThe Beach Bowl on Beach Boulevard has been renovated and expanded. | News4Jax
The Beach Bowl on Beach Boulevard has been renovated and expanded. | News4Jax

Historic Beach Bowl will reopen this month

Published on June 6, 2024 at 11:24 am

The historic Beach Bowl in Jacksonville Beach will reopen this month after being closed for years.

The bowling alley says on social media that it plans to reopen June 17.

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The bowling alley on Beach Boulevard opened in the 1950s and closed in 2019 when the property owners did not renew the lease. 

Since 2021, the building has undergone a multimillion-dollar renovation and expansion that includes new lanes, an arcade, three full bars, a second floor patio, a restaurant and an updated kitchen.

The restaurant menu includes appetizers, salads, tacos, burgers, sandwiches and flatbread pizzas.

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“For generations, Beach Bowl has been a Jax Beach staple and your go-to spot for family friendly entertainment,” the business says on its website. “Now, we are thrilled to welcome you back home to your favorite bowling alley, reimagined and fully renovated.”


author image Reporter, WJCT News 89.9 Steven Ponson has six years of experience covering news in Jacksonville and Northeast Florida. Prior to arriving on the First Coast, Steven also worked in radio in Orlando. He attended the University of Central Florida where he earned a degree in radio and television. Steven has been a reporter, producer, anchor and board operator. Outside of work, Steven loves to watch sports, cook delicious cajun food (as any good Louisiana native does) and spend time outdoors.
author image Reporter, WJCT News 89.9 Steven Ponson has six years of experience covering news in Jacksonville and Northeast Florida. Prior to arriving on the First Coast, Steven also worked in radio in Orlando. He attended the University of Central Florida where he earned a degree in radio and television. Steven has been a reporter, producer, anchor and board operator. Outside of work, Steven loves to watch sports, cook delicious cajun food (as any good Louisiana native does) and spend time outdoors.

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