Lucky Strike Social coming to Wrigleyville

Lucky Strike Social coming to Wrigleyville

Lucky Strike Entertainment (LSE) will debut its latest creation, Lucky Strike Social Wrigleyville, in the shadow of Wrigley Field this February at 1027 W Addison St.

LSE bills itself as a one-of-a-kind entertainment experience that brings together chef-driven food and craft beverages, along with eight Lucky Strike Lanes, over 100 electronic gaming systems including Daytona Championship USA Motion SDLX plus two private party rooms, a “Prize Room” and a retail store in its over 30,000 square feet space.

What to expect

Upon arrival, guests will head to the second level surrounded by floor to ceiling windows that offer views of Wrigley Field, as well as the neighborhood. Guests can bowl from eight Lucky Strike Lanes and/or choose to play any of the 100 state-of-the-art electronic games, ranging from boardwalk classics to new attractions.

In addition to the high tech gaming, Lucky Strike Social will also offer a Prize Room--a 428-square-foot retail store offering more than 250 prizes including novelties, electronics, game consoles and more, served by a digital E-Ticket system.

Not into bowling or games? Grab a seat and watch your favorite sports teams at the 56’ long industrial-style bar equipped with four 82” 4K TVs alongside two 12’x7’ LED video walls surrounding the bar area.

Hungry?  Guest can order traditional pub fare with a twist including small bites of Kalua Pork Nachos, Andouille Stuffed Mushrooms, and Philly Cheesesteak Egg Rolls, along with a selection of 10oz. burgers that include the Bring Da Heat Burger, Mushroom & Swiss Burger, and the Ultimate Burger, as well as slider options such as Filet Mignon, Cubano, and Caribbean Jerk Chicken.

Thirsty, no worries here. The beer, wine and spirits menu consists of a selection of handcrafted cocktails, wine options, as well as beers served on draft and in bottles or cans. Cocktail options include the Pink Elephant with Grey Goose, triple sec, peach liqueur, orange, pineapple and cranberry juice, with a sugar rim; the Blackberry Basil Mule, mixed with Absolut, fresh lime juice, simple syrup, blackberries, basil, topped with ginger beer; and the Malibu Mermaid with Malibu, pineapple juice, milk, crème de cacao, and finished off with cayenne pepper and a sugar rim. 

Check out my review of Bar Roma (that was originally scheduled to appear here) on A Bite of Chicago.

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