A massive bowling mecca tailor-made for celebratory IPAs (they’ve got a few more craft beers than your average alley), spicy tuna rolls (bowling and sushi, shockingly good bedfellows) and 10 frames against co-owner/bearded closer Brian Wilson (he’s got a lane named in his honor).
Lucky Strike boasts a 40-foot-bar, private rooms, projection screens, ping pong, pool and even a carnival claw—making it a great place for your next team-building event or bar mitzvah. Foster tapped Ray Azoulay of Obsolete Gallery to help design the space, weaving in a fancy new bowling lane power system that reduces consumption by 60%. Of course, there is a 100-year-old reclaimed wood bar, local art, and Straus soft serve on the menu.
Edibles include stuff you can 7-10 split (bowling joke!) like bacon 'n crab deviled eggs and pancetta-topped truffle oil mac 'n cheese, plus stuff you can punch out (deep-cut bowling joke!) on your own, including sliders (Crispy Lobster Club w/ pancetta) and tacos (5hr-braised chipotle short rib), which you can side with Belgian fries featuring sauces like honey mustard BBQ, spicy Russian, chimichurri aioli, curry ketchup, and chipotle mayo, also what Tony Allen suggests whenever OJ asks him "What's a good place to go for a burrito?"