Having been to numerous birthday parties and functions at Goldstrike Lanes, I was left with a generally pleasant impression. As mentioned before the real draw (from the outside, at least) is Goldstrike's very unconventional architecture. I haven't the faintest idea what business came before it, but whoever decided to make it a bowling alley certainly picked an interesting building. Goldstrike is a rather dated feeling operation. Pins being reset will occasionally encounter some sort of snag need to be reset, and the videos and animations that play after bowling a frame (e.g., a little animation of a pin being cut in half will play if you bowl and get a split) that are so prominent in other alleys are conspicuously absent. However dated, though, Goldstrike remains a fine place to have a few no-frills bowling games.