Lucky Strike Entertainment has just announced that they will be opening their newest location in San Francisco on March 9. Located on King Street, the Lucky Strike lanes feature dining, bar and entertainment experiences, 12 state-of-the-art lanes, projection screens and more.
On March 9, Lucky Strike bowling lanes will open in San Francisco on King Street at the ground floor or the Beacon near AT&T Park. There will be a kick-off party to celebrate the opening supporting the local San Francisco non-profit, Tipping Point Community, which helps Bay Area individuals break the cycle of poverty.
The new lanes will feature areas for dining, drinks and entertainment with 12 bowling lanes, projection screens showing local artwork, pool and ping pong tables, chess and checker games, space for corporate and private events, a photo booth station, comfortable lounge seating, oversized lamps, wood beams and private rooms. To reduce power consumption by 60%, Lucky Strike has incorporated a new bowling system called TMS 10 string machine.
If you plan on going for dinner, the menu includes items like twice-cooked Belgian fries, fresh sushi, organic soft-serve ice cream, gluten free mac and cheese, tacos, and even macaroons.
Lucky Strike’s CEO and Co-Founder Steven Foster said, “Lucky Strike is a complete social entertainment experience focused on creating positive joyful and infectious energy and there is not a more fitting place for this than San Francisco.”
Source: Market Watch