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1691 Michigan Ave. (17th St.) Send to Phone
Not your mother's bowling alley restaurant.
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Lunch & Dinner daily
Open late Fri.-Sat.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Lucky Strike Restaurant Review

: It might not occur to you to enter a bowling alley to load up on anything but chips and beers. But Lucky Strike has a restaurant and full bar on the premises that puts some local eateries to shame. Fare ranges from hangover-helper onion rings to ambitious au poivre tuna burgers, and there's lots of fun stuff, such as bite-size mac ā€˜nā€™ cheese balls, in between. You can sit at a table or, better yet, get a lane and have it delivered by a waitress dressed in a miniskirt and fishnets while you bowl a game or two with a neon-colored ball. Even the dreaded rental shoes are snazzy here.

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by amazinjess on Sun Apr 05, 2009 3:33 pm
I went to Lucky Strike in Miami Beach today. Me and my family were bowling for 2 hours. We had 2 kids balls for both our kids. After an hour and a half of bowling 2 men and 2 kids came and started bowling next to us. Then one of the men came over and accused us of stealing a child's ball from their lane, took the ball and went back to his lane. When I confronted him he got upset and accused us of stealing their ball and we got into an argument. Their employees came over and solved nothing. I do not understand this kind of mentality or reasoning. At their facility we spent in excess of $120 and the treatment we received was horrible. :twisted:
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