All Star…Where Everybody Plays!

ALL STAR is a multi-attraction family entertainment center located in Silverdale, Washington.

The center includes an expansive arcade, 40 bowling lanes, a casino with poker room and other Vegas-style table games, a full service diner, Ozzie’s Place bar & bistro, and a drive-thru espresso stand. Founded in 1985 by Tom and Pat Myers, All Star remains family owned and operated. Now led by Tom Myers, Jr. and his wife Laurie, All Star is a major employer in Kitsap County with over 150 employees. All Star thrives on bringing people together for fun, relaxation and recreation.


All Star Lanes Ribbon Cutting Ceremony August 1985
All Star Lanes Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Celebration - August 1985
Rolling Through The Years

All Star Lanes Opens

Tom and Pat Myers open the now iconic Silverdale, Washington bowling center.


Tom Myers, Jr. becomes CEO

All Star continues as a family-owned and operated business with Tom Myers, Jr. at the helm.


Casino Opens

All Star Casino opens on the upper level of the bowling center after hand-picked gambling is legalized in Washington State.


All Star Upgrade

To the delight of Kitsap bowlers, All Star Lanes adds state-of-the-art synthetic lanes and automatic scoring.


All Star Espresso Opens

All Star adds a drive-thru espresso stand in the parking lot adjacent to Myhre Road to efficiently serve coffee, latte and blended drinks to those on-the-go.


10710 Lounge becomes "Ozzie's Place"

All Star founder Tom Myers, Sr. was an outgoing individual known to friends as "Ozzie." He believed in family, friends and fun. When the lounge was re-imagined and remodeled in 2012, the name was changed in tribute to the founder. Ozzie's Place brings people together in a comfortable social environment for food, drinks and live entertainment.


All Star...Where Everybody Plays!

All Star introduces the FUN Card and adds an arcade with a prize redemption store.