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12:37 pm on Saturday May 25, 2013

Memorial Day weekend fun at The Alley

This weekend through Memorial Day Monday, The Alley is offering up special events.
10:24 am on Wednesday May 1, 2013

Three days of music and food at the 'Alley Fest'

The Alley will be celebrating Alley Fest next week with three days full of music, food, and drinks from May 3 to May 5.
12:40 am on Tuesday January 22, 2013

Skeeball League starting up at The Alley

Image by The AlleyThe Alley, the downtown bowling alley/restaurant/arcade hybrid, is host to  the first  Skeeball League in Charleston. The Chucktown Skeeball league will start play on Tuesday, February 12th and continue for 7 weeks. Matches will be...
5:52 am on Tuesday November 27, 2012

Downtown bowling spot The Alley opens today (Menu, lane rates, more)

Image by The Alley Updates are at the bottom: Construction work continues to edge close to completion at downtown's soon-to-be-only bowling spot, The Alley. The spot's target date has narrowed from this fall to November and that partnership with...
5:42 am on Saturday September 8, 2012

Coming soon to Charleston's restaurant menu

Image by Stars Thy style and sign fro Stars "restaurant and grill room" at 495 King Street pays homage to the old Leons Mens Wear store.Eater Charleston offers an update to some of the more enticing locations due to open soon on the Charleston food...
12:08 pm on Monday August 20, 2012

Upper King bowling getting closer, partners with local BBQ spot (Update: Construction photos)

Image by The Alley The location at 131 Columbus Street. Update: An opening for November is slated. The Alley bowling spot continues to inch closer to being reality for downtown Charleston with extensive renovation work getting further and further...
4:25 am on Saturday November 19, 2011

Plans unveiled for Upper King bowling alley

Image by Flickr user a4gpa Update: More details and look for it in Fall 2012. Update November 19: Sounds like the opening will be closer to Spring 2012. First reporting: Two years later, a bowling alley story for Upper King Street is once again...
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