In this increasingly fast-paced world of endless multitasking, what better way to spend an evening than by hitting a one-stop ... More
Queens Ice and Bowl
In this increasingly fast-paced world of endless multitasking, what better way to spend an evening than by hitting a one-stop destination for bowling and ice skating? Thanks to Queens, never again will you have to traipse from venue to venue in order to quell your bowling-and-skating-in-one-day thirst. What's more, Queens is also home to a baffling collection of arcade games, a pizza parlor and a bar. One could easily spend a whole weekend here, making use of all the amenities. Skating lessons are available for all age ranges, and the facility is eminently capable of hosting parties of any stripe.
Had a great time at Queens over Easter! It was pretty busy but not too busy. Skating was great fun and the bowling lanes and bar look very nice (although we didn't do any bowling).
Family had a great time and the quality of the food was a welcome surprise. Pizzas were really good and the ice cream counter is absolutely amazing.
All in all, good value family day out that kept all of us happy (no mean feat).
I and my partner decided on ice skating for a nights entertainment, a quick internet search and we found Queens, Looked very impressive so off we set.
Outside appearance all seemed good. First stop was a snack well it was poor quality and poorly presented, Who gives ketchup in a plastic cup!!! McDonalds all is forgiven.
Next to the Ice Skating, we were given a pair of what looked like childs fun skates, hard plastic, no soft boot and completely worn out.
Trying to put on the skates I cut my fingers on the rough plastic, buckling up the skates almost crippled me, that was it I was furious so was my partner and we demanded a refund. Not to waste the evening we decided on Bowling, not a great idea. It took 3 bowling lanes till we got a working one. The game lasted 7 minutes and was terrible, The bowls are badly worn and do not run true and everything is tired. State of art!! my ass. Its cheap , poorly maintained and zero value for money.
If you don't want a ruined evening then avoid Queens like the plague, its a glitzy dump, all hype and no action. If you want to skate bring your own, no point in crippling yourself. Want to bowl, bring your own ball, but the lane costs are going to cripple you for a night out too.
To sum it up, AVOID AVOID AVOID
Well i loved it, it was rad, ace and all a all round pleasing place to go. I thought that the people were polite and the food was of good value. If i were to describe it in one word it would be......RAD
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