3901 Christopher St., Hamtramck; 313-264-1288; whatsfowling.com
It all started as a crazy stunt at Lot 1A at the Indianapolis 500. But it has matured into a sporting dream under the nurturing guidance of Chris Hutt, founder, owner, and janitor at the Fowling Warehouse. The sport involves hurling a football at 10 bowling pins, and Hutt's 34,000-square-foot space allows dozens of fowlers to play the game at once, at $10 a head. It has quickly become a hit, thanks in part to the beer bar, lounge area, small stage, and outdoor patio. It should pick up business as summer goes on, but our readers have already dubbed it a hit.
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