Commodore Recreations Centre opened on September 8, 1930
as a place where "Pleasant Days May Be Spent".
Created to promote quality bowling and billiards
in the heart of the city, It has prospered at its Granville Street
location ever since. In 79 years, much had changed,
but the original motto remains the same.
As Canada's oldest surviving recreation centre,
Commodore Lanes & Billiards is proud to be at
the forefront of the new age of Vancouver.
Indeed, our business suitability represents our bustling,
culturally diverse and progressive city. Inside our doors,
you will find a delightful Canadian atmosphere.
Our heritage wall paintings resound with a
nostalgia, that will enhance your gaming experience.