Indian grocery to move store to Route 66 bowling alley in Oklahoma City
Bowling alley along historic Route 66 in Oklahoma City has been sold to Spices of India grocery.
After 51 years of bowling along historic Route 66, the balls will stop rolling and the pins will stop falling this summer.Spices of India will open a grocery store in the building now housing the landmark 66 Bowl, marked by the neon sign of a giant pin and bowling ball at 3810 NW 39 Expressway.
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