Highway 12 is the highest traffic corridor in California’s Sonoma Valley, and it soon may be home to a new bowling center inside an existing building that’s appropriately named “The Old Bowl Centre.”
According to the Sonoma Index-Tribune, Adam and Jenny Kovacs are planning to transform a 5,000-sq.-ft. space in the center into a bowling center with “four or five lanes” to be called Noma Bowl. They have signed a 15-year lease with a Seattle-based management company that has owned the building for 25 years.
If plans are approved by the city, construction could begin by mid-summer and Noma Bowl could be open by the end of the year.
To read more about the proposal, go to: https://bcmmag.com/2017/03/24/bowling-center-planned-for-wine-country-locals/.