Ed's Rec Room
Suite 2556-8882 170 St NW, Edmonton, AB, T5T 3J7
Ed’s Rec Room is a huge entertainment emporium, filled at every turn with arcade games, pool tables and a 28 lane bowling alley.
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|Sun & Weds. 11:00AM -11:00PM; Mon & Tues 11:00AM to 12:00AM; Fri. & Sat 11:00AM to 1:00AM|
Profile Last Updated: February 24, 2009
Ed’s Rec room offers over 110,000 square feet of family and group friendly fun and games. Make sure to stop by Ed’s for a great way to unwind during or after a day of shopping in West Edmonton Mall (it’s nearest Entrance #1).
A Surprise Around Every Corner
Ed’s Rec Room is the kind of place you can spend hours on end without getting bored. There are over fifty games to choose among, all under the same roof. You are guaranteed to find the newest and most popular racing games, skill testing games like skeet shooting, pinball and electronic arcade games. You have a choice to buy tickets you can redeem for prizes later, or pay as you go. Full bar service is available for those with ID and over the age of eighteen, and a food counter sells a menu of burgers and snacks to help keep your strength up.
Bowling Made Easy
The ten pin bowling lanes have built in bumpers that can be activated as you wish, so that even small kids can avoid throwing discouraging gutter balls. It’s also a nice feature for others in the family or group to improve the odds for a strike or spare. The scoring is done automatically so you don’t have to worry about the math. After 5 p.m. enjoy Glow Bowling. With the lights dimmed, laser lights turned on, the music pumped and the pins and balls glowing it’s a totally different bowling experience.
A Rec Room With A Community Focus
Ed’s Rec Room is all-inclusive, with bowling specials for seniors on Monday Wednesday and Fridays, and for those with special needs on Tuesdays and Thursdays. There’s a kids league and a flat price for bowling all night long on Wednesday nights. To sample everything, come by on Toonie Tuesdays, when everything is only two dollars, including all games of bowling, arcade games and billiards.