World Class Food & Bowling

bōl offers a unique dining and family entertainment experience. With a full service dining room and sixty-foot bar, we also have an ace up our sleeve with ten lanes of bowling glory. bÅ�l's sleek and modern design is one of a kind that help to make the establishment the most exquisite bowling alley in the world. The menu is young, healthful and inspired by world flavors presented in a fresh, comfortable style. We encourage diners to try many of our plates, offering smaller portions to be shared as well as individual entrées. Our full menu is served at the bar, as well as at the lanes. In addition, bÅ�l offers an exciting wine list with something for everyone plus a full bar and a custom cocktail menu. If that wasn't enough in the entertainment to keep you entertained, be sure to check out our regularly hosted DJ's that provide guests with a more metropolitan lounge enthused venue.

It's the objective of b�l to bring exceptional food, service and environment to Vail, and we invite adults and children alike will fall in love with Vail's newest food and entertainment hot spot.

Use the links to the right or above to find your way around. We look forward to seeing you real soon!

Rates

Hours:

2pm-Close Daily

$65/hr per lane + $5 Shoe rental

Up to 6 people per lane

PLEASE CALL IN ADVANCE FOR A BOWLING RESERVATION

FAQs

How does it work?
Our full menu is available anywhere in Bol. That means that you can dine on the lanes which is what most people chose to do. In fact, between 5-8pm the lanes are considered to be reserved for dinner reservations.
Can I book bowling online?
No. Only dining room reservations can be made on line. You must call and speak with someone to make a reservation. Leaving a message does not constitute making a reservation.
How long do we need to reserve a lane for if we are eating there?
We recommend 1.5-2 hrs when dining at the lanes. We would never expect you to rush out of the dining room in 1 hour and we don't at the lanes either.
Can children bowl?
Absolutely! It is way too much fun to deny it to the children!! We have bumpers and 6 lb. balls available for their use.
What is the cost?
We charge per lane, per hour. Not by the game. You may bowl for 1 hour, 1.5 hrs or 2 hours. Call for pricing as it changes throughout the year. Anything more than 2 hours must go through our event planner.
How early can I book?
We take reservations 1 month in advance. I.e. If you are looking to book on December 28th you will need to call us on November 28th.
What time can I call to make a reservation?
We start answering the phone at 10 am daily for reservations. During peak season this means that we will have multiple lines ringing at the same time. Please bear with us. We are doing our best to accommodate everyone while they are in Vail. If you call before 10 am and leave a message please understand that we will not be able to listen to those messages until later in the day.
Can I book more than one month in advance?
You can if you go through our event planner. That will involve a contract. She can be reached at Caitlin@bolvail.com
How many people can bowl on a lane?
We allow up to six bowlers on each lane. You are welcome to have more than six guests however. Often adults use the couches behind the lanes while they let the kids bowl.
What is the cancellation policy?
24 hours. If you have a bowling reservation and need to cancel we ask that you give us at least 24 hours notice. If you are canceling within the 24 hour period we will always do our best to fill the spot. If we are unable to we will need to charge you for the cost of the lane for the time of the reservation that you originally booked.

Eaton Ranch

The story of Bol's hamburgers begins generations ago in Squaw Creek, near modern day Edwards. The Eaton clan — family of Earl Eaton, who would help found Vail Mountain in the 1960s — homesteads in the area, and lays claim to land there. Earl learns of the sport of skiing on homemade planks, at night, down old logging routes. Then he meets Pete Seibert at the Red Onion bar in Aspen and the two find and found Vail Mountain.

Fast forward a few generations. To avoid exorbitant taxes and keep their land from being developed, the Eatons deem their land in Edwards as agricultural and begin raising cattle on it.

Today, Mike Eaton carries on the tradition, and has chosen Bol as the major recipient of his beef.

"We're the only people in the world who are able to buy beef from Eaton Ranch and use it in a restaurant," says executive chef Julian Smith. "Now that we’ve been working with Eaton Ranch a few years, we’ve gotten good at the process — how long to grass feed, who’s the best butcher, what cuts of meat do we use, what cuts of meat do we grind, what type of cattle does best, etcetera," says Smith.

The result is a hamburger that won’t leave your thoughts for as long as you live.

Eaton Ranch
Eaton Ranch

Press

BARTENDER SPEAK: Q&A WITH TACY ROWLAND
5280 | September 4, 2014 | Justin De La Rosa
On August 4, the United States Bartenders' Guild hosted the regional finals of the Most Imaginative Bartender competition. The event was sponsored by Bombay Sapphire and GQ magazine. Tacy Rowland of Bol in Vail earned herself a spot at the national finals in Las Vegas with her Gemaicha cocktail: a concoction of gin, green tea, and a...
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VAIL BARTENDER IS COLORADO'S 'MOST IMAGINATIVE BARTENDER'
Vail Daily | December 11, 2014 | Caramie Schnell
Tacy Rowland doesn't like banana flavor. But that didn't stop the Vail bartender from incorporating banana liqueur into a cocktail at a recent cocktail competition in Las Vegas, showing that she's a consumate professional when it comes...
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