HIGH ROLLERS: The new Corner Alley complex attracts a yuppified crowd to Cleveland's E. 4th Street neighborhood. We can't call the new Corner Alley bowling alley/restaurant/martini bar complex in downtown Cleveland's E. 4th Street neighborhood a ground-breaking concept. Chicago's 10 Pin Lounge, owned by the Harry Caray's Restaurant group, got there first. So did Lucky Strike Lanes, whose 13 units stretch from Boston to Los Angeles. These operations take the basic bowling alley concept ...
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