We can only think of one place where Freemasonry and bowling leagues intersect, and it's on Lindell Boulevard. Moolah Lanes might be the perfect mix of new and old: U-shaped red leather couches encircle the eight lanes, with history coming not from smelly bowling shoes that have been worn over and over, but from the building itself. Housed in the old Masonic building that once belonged to the Moolah Shriners, Moolah Lanes is no ordinary smoke-filled, greasy-eats-and-beer kind of bowling alley, but rather a more sophisticated place to roll strikes. Shoe rentals are $3, and games cost $5 per player. There's also a full bar-and-grill menu.
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