The municipality of Caguas added another reason to not drive into the San Juan metropolitan morass recently when they opened a bowling alley in the newly constructed Lincoln Center Plaza. BowlERA is the newest addition into the upscale bowling alley market, a la Galaxy Lanes. With 17 lanes available, BowlERA offers the latest in score keeping technology, as well as 4 super-grande large screen monitors of 92 inches, and free wireless Internet. In addition, the Lincoln Center Plaza has plenty of parking with over 400 parking spaces. And for a unique perspective, the bowling alley is located on the penthouse level of the Lincoln Center Plaza, so it offers a nice panoramic view of the center and heart of the new country Caguas.
The new bowling alley also features upscale dining with the new restaurant Moriviví. Featuring Puerto Rican cuisine from chefs educated in the culinary arts in the United States, Puerto Rico, and Europe. Morivivi also features an extensive wine selection from El Viñedo.
The BowlERA complex also offers meeting rooms, for those of you looking to combine a business meeting with either bowling or fine dining. You can learn more about their offerings at their Flash, errggh, web site.
The bowling alley hours of operation are:
- Monday to Thursday: 9:00 am - 10:00 pm
- Friday and Saturday: 8:00 am - 2:00 am
- Sundays: 9:00 am - 10:00 pm
I guess, I'm just a little worried that if you don't live near Caguas, maybe your sick of reading about things happening there. A quick analysis tells me that, that first, since that's where Don Dees lives, it's only natural that I tend to see and hear about things going down there. But I also think that it's part of a larger trend of businesses either expanding out onto the island or, as in the case of Krispy Kreme, preferring to go with cities that are still growing and that are outside of the crushing mass of traffic that can sometimes affect the greater San Juan metroplex. So I apologize if it seems like Dondequiera prefers Caguas (we don't, we love all of Puerto Rico), but did you know that YOU can do something about it? YOU can help balance out the coverage of "Dónde Es Que Es." How? You ask. Well there are two ways YOU can help.
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