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Lucky Strike Lanes & Lounge

Map & Directions 650 W. 42nd St.
New York, NY 10036
  • American, New American
  • Sun-Wed 12pm-12am, Thu 12pm-1am, Fri-Sat 12pm-2am
  • Coat Check
  • Dinner, Late Night, Lunch
  • Full bar
  • Accepted
  • Garage


Village Voice's Description

This isn't your hometown bowling alley: Lucky Strike is a bowling experience, if there ever was one. The well-decorated space is reminiscent of an upscale club or lounge atmosphere, facilitated by the DJ who spins house and techno on weekends, as well as bottle service. A dress code and the VIP area in the back, dubbed Luxe, complete the high-class vibe. The food is a step above regular bowling alley offerings as well--fresh made guacamole, grilled jerk skewers, short rib mini burgers, and green chili tacos are all featured on the menu. A full bar with happy hour specials make all patrons confident bowlers. --Gabriel Herrera

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  • Village Voice on 11/08/10

    The Village Voice voted this Best Bowling Alley as a Nightclub in our Best Of New York Poll!

  • Lucky Strike N. on 05/17/10

    If you text keyword "Gutter10" to 59925 you can recieve a free hour of bowling on the weekdays for you and up to 8 friends.

  • BuyWithMe NYC on 12/15/10

    $10 for $20 worth of drinks or$50 for one hour of bowling for up to 10 people ($100 value) Don't miss this week's exclusive BWM deal->

  • Sonar .. on 07/19/11

    Come for the bowling and stay for the party. Check out Sonar and see who else is down for a pick-up game. Loser buys the next round?

  • Joonbug.com on 06/14/10

    "48 HOUR CONTEST! Tell us at Joonbug: New York(fb) why you think YOU should win a complimentarybottle this Wednesday at the Official Album Release Party for Kevin Rudolph!"

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