Bistro bites and bowling

EATS

Dining For $25 Or Less

November 29, 2007|By Karen Nitkin | Karen Nitkin,Special to The Sun

At long last, eating in a bowling alley doesn't mean noshing on scary hot dogs or dense, doughy pizza. Mustang Alley's, which opened in August, has brought a popular West Coast trend to Baltimore, combining a bowling alley with a fun bistro and lively bar.

Located on the second floor of the former Holland Tack Factory, now home to a handful of recently opened urban-trendy businesses -- a fitness studio, a beauty salon and two Asian-themed restaurants -- Mustang Alley's succeeds in feeling fresh and retro at the same time.

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