Grand Island, NY: Home of Buffalo’s Best Bowling Alley

Mallwitz’s Island Lanes recently took the first-place prize for Buffalo’s best bowling alley, and it’s not surprising why it did. The 40-year old bowling alley has been doing amazing things for quite some time, and Grand Island should be proud of this.

bowling in Grand Island, NY

The Success of the Alley

The success of the alley has a lot to do with the integrity of the family-owned business all these years. Art Mallwitz was the one who started the business around 40 years ago. His son Mike has been managing the alley along with his wife for some time now. Several other family members are employed their as well making this lovely place a family-run business.

Mike says that his father taught the values of respect to the customers. You’re supposed to treat all the customers the right way. If you have plenty of regular customers and potential ones, that means you’re doing your job the right way.

Dedication

It seems as though the owners and employees are dedicated to making this a great place for people to come in and have a good time. They stand by their chicken wings and their large gatherings for Bills and Sabres games.

If you’re living in the area on Grand Island, or you are in the Western New York area, this place is worth it to check out.

Here at Town Hall Terrace, we encourage our residents to check this alley out for a good time. You won’t be shocked to know Grand Island has another place with welcoming and friendly people in it.

Town Hall Terrace

Here at Town Hall Terrace, we offer residents looking for a quiet place to live, while being close enough to the excitement of Buffalo and Niagara Falls. We offer apartments, townhouses, and patio homes for rent with a plethora of living arrangements for residents of all kinds.

To learn more about everything that’s going on around our community on Grand Island, stay tuned for the latest updates from the Town Hall Terrace blog, or contact us at 716-773-2788 to learn more about our floor plans, features, and pricing if you’re looking to rent!

 

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