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Fairview Lanes Is The Best
For Family Fun On Cleveland's West Side!
Fairview Lanes is celebrating 56 years in the Kuczinski family!!! We are a family-owned business and we love what we do! Come on in and make yourself at home!
On the weekends, Moonrock Bowling is in full swing! Black lights, music videos, song requests and crazy lighting. Nighttime for adults and teenagers and Saturday afternoons for families and children. Rain, snow, or shine--it's the perfect weather for bowling! Is Moonrock a nightclub? No, but it feels like it. Go ahead and dance in between bowling. You know you want to! We won't judge. Really. In fact, you may see us getting down with anything from Drake to Aretha Franklin!!!
Don't forget to check out our Specials and Adult & Kids Leagues.
NEWS. UPCOMING LOVELY THINGS.
We are still facing an issue, one that has lasted for SIX years, but has been far worse this summer: water, detergent and grease pouring onto our lanes and machines through the ceiling. The cause: Fairview Tavern. Their floor is our ceiling. The Tavern's kitchen is above lanes 1, 2 & 3, near the pins. Their plumbing is out-of-code and leaks. They have a sink that is not connected to a drain pipe; it just spills water onto their floor, then down a floor drain. They do not maintain their grease trap, and it can leak onto our lanes. Any time they spill dirty water on their floor, it ends up on our lanes. The landlord, Lamar Companies, has finally listened to our pleas. They will require the Fairview Tavern to update their plumbing and professionally seal their kitchen floor. The deadline for work completion is October 20th, 2023.
Despite the continuing issue, WE ARE OPEN!
Note On Physical Accessibility:
Fairview Lanes was built in 1947 in the basement of the Fairview Shopping Center. We are still in a basement. We do not own the building, we rent.
Unfortunately, there is no room to install an elevator without removing a stairwell that must remain due to fire codes. Also, there is no room to install ramps for the bathrooms, which are each located up a small set of steps to elevate the plumbing to city sewer level.
The Americans with Disabilities Act requires public spaces to do whatever is reasonable to accommodate individuals with physical challenges. I wish we could do more. Because it's the right thing. And because our basement location is a detriment to our business. But we do not have space for an elevator. And probably couldn't afford one even if there were space. It is, therefore, not reasonable to install an elevator or ramps. QED.