Round One Brings the State-of-the-Art Entertainment Experience to Valley River Center

By Sonia Isotov

Starting every night at 8 PM, bowl in cool cosmic light. Spice it up with a great selection of food and drink.

Recently opened, Round 1 Bowling and Amusement started in Japan and now has 40 locations nationwide. The Eugene location is inside the Valley River Center and includes 12 bowling lanes, six professional-grade billiard tables, 4 private party rooms equipped with karaoke machines, and over 250 arcade games. Other games offered include darts, ping pong, and a Kids Play Zone.

There is a Round1 Original Exclusive event conducted every hour! When the original Moonlight Strike Game song is played, pause the game, and prepare to score. Everyone bowling will get a chance to win an Original Round1 Prize and get their picture taken with everyone they are bowling with. Kids under 12 years old need to knock down at least 9 pins, Adults will need a strike to win.

Or try the Bowling challenge while enjoying a bowling game and win a Round 1 Exclusive Prize. All bowling customers of all ages are welcome to participate.

For those who are shy or dislike public Karaoke venues, this is perfect! The song lists are Updating every month and come in multiple languages. Standard rooms can accommodate up to 6 people.

Party pricing starts at 2 hours for $21.99 or 3 hours for $25.99 for kids all-inclusive. Minimum 10-person party size required for reservation.

The satisfying and simple food menu has lots of classic selections from hearty appetizers to meals. Recharge while playing with pizza, burgers, wings, French fries, nachos, salads, and churros, or ice cream for dessert.

Adults can enjoy draft or bottled beers with win and shoju/sake mix drinks as well.


Location: 600 Valley River Center, Suite 101, Eugene, OR 97401
Phone: (541) 600-4840
Hours of Operations: M-Sun 10 AM – 2 PM

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