While the city's new boutique and upscale bowling alleys have enjoyed the spotlight for a minute, Daly City's much mourned authentic dive bowling experience is looking to make a comeback of it's own. Serra Bowl, which closed its doors last month after losing their lease, is now looking to opening a new set of lanes in or around the city proper.

According to RichmondSF, last week a representative of the now-shuttered bowling alley was spotted checking out the space left vacant by a Delano's Market at 27th and Geary. Adding some legitimacy to the rumors that Serra Bowl could eventually re-open out in the avenues, the alley's owners recently posted on their Facebook page, asking for help scouting out spaces large enough to house a bowling alley.

While there's no confirmation yet that the lease at the former grocery store space fit Serra Bowl's budget of $1 per square foot, bowlers with a knowledge of local real estate are encouraged to send any possible new homes via Facebook.

Previously: Serra Bowl to Close In April, All Bowling coverage on SFist.