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Brooklyn Bowl: The Best Place to Rock (and Roll) in Las Vegas!

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Do you love bowling or live music? How about fried chicken? If so, then Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas should be right up your alley!

Modeled after the original venue in Brooklyn, this multiplex of fun is now open for bowling, dining, concert going and more! Step inside the massive 80,000 square foot space and the largest mirrored disco ball you have ever seen will instantly mesmerize you. Take the escalator to the next floor, and you will feel like you have stepped out of the desert and into a stylish urban loft with wide-planked wood flooring and massive industrial lighting overhead.

Brooklyn Bowl Bowling Lanes

You can drink craft beer from one of the many bars on site or bowl at one of the 32 lanes that flank the concert space which holds around 2,000 people and has already featured acts such as Jane’s Addiction, Spoon, and Elvis Costello & The Roots. If you are super lucky, maybe one of your favorite bands will play all weekend long and you can get in on the three-day-pass. You can even check out some local bands on their calendar for free. On the last Thursday of each month, you can watch art being created right before your very eyes before it is auctioned off.

Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas

If bowling or concert-going make you hungry, do not fret; you can enjoy the gourmet southern-inspired comfort food served at the Bromberg Brothers’ Blue Ribbon Restaurant. In fact, their fried chicken made it onto Chef Michael Psilaskis’ list of “The Best Thing I Ever Ate” on Food Network! You can dine on salads, French bread pizzas, burgers, chicken dinners, mac & cheese, and other delicious offerings ranging in price from the $6 roasted adobo corn appetizer to the 24-piece all-white-meat breast and wing fried chicken platter for $72. Don’t miss the lunch or late night (midnight – close) specials:

Winner, winner, chicken dinner!

3545 S Las Vegas Blvd, (702) 862-2695 brooklynbowl.com

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