Lucky Strike Entertainment
1336 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19107
Lucky Strike - Philadelphia
Lucky Strike Lanes
Lucky Strikes Bowling Alley
Parking: Garage, Street, Validated, Valet
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
Takes Reservations: Yes
Starting on Monday April 29th we bring to you a brand new Industry night in the heart of Center City. SIN PHILLY is a weekly Monday night industry party with the music and drinks you love, but with an added twist!!!!
9 P.M.- 12A.M.
21 and Over.
$20 Bottomless Bowling
$2 Yuengling Drafts
$4 Powers Irish Whiskey Shots.
$125 Svedka Vodka Bottles.
Bud Light, Miller Light, Stella, New Castle, Hoegaarden, Sam Adam's Seasonal, Long trail Seasonal, Troegs Dream Weaver and Victory Headwater! All on Tap!
A wide variety of delicious food plus desserts!!!!!!!
Aiden Scott and Guest Djs will have you dancing!!!!!!
If you just want to chill then we have plenty of TVs and comfy couches for you!!!!!
Any Questions or further information, please contact Lucky Strike Philadelphia.
08/27/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Arrived to find that my reservation which I had made two weeks in advance was wrong. I had booked 2 lanes for 2 hours for 10-12 people. They told me that I had 1 lane for 1 hour for 7 people. Something totally different! What was worse was that they didn't even try to apologize for it, or make it right. And to add insult to injury they wanted me to pay 2x as much as what I had been told on the phone. My party was totally runied-to have 10 people come down to the city with no other reservations made on a Saturday night-not something you want to explain to your guests! Will not be returning!
11/09/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I am highly disappointed! Went there this past weekend and was pretty excited to be there. The place looks cool and plus I was on a date. First thing we noticed, the tables were not clean and there was no one to seat us. We just grabbed the first table we saw. I guess thats how it works, because no one complained. So after seating ourself, we notice the waiters and waitresses were watching the games on the tv and having conversations, ignoring the customers. We waited 10 minutes before one of the workers took notice that we were there. Then when taking our orders, we were rushed and given attitude like we were bothering them. The guy that was our waiter could not remember my order and it was just a beer to start off... He asked me 4 times what type of beer I wanted. I guess his mind was some where else. I dont think i will be back to this place. Its ashame because the place setup really nice but bad food and service and kind of pricey... i dont think i will spend my hard earned money there, until the food and service improves.
05/19/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Bowling is always fun, but who would have guessed a night out bowling could also be a trendy/chic/ dare I say luxurious experience? That's exactly what my girlfriend's bachelorette party was at Lucky Strike. We rented one of those private rooms and enjoyed a night filled with endless cosmos, great coversation, dancing, bowling and FUN!
10/27/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I was a guest on Saturday evening, my first time at a Lucky Strike and I and my friends had an awesome time. We saw 2 celebrities, and participate in a radio event. We ordered some finger foods which were all yummy, my favorite was the tomato and cheese smores. Service was top notch! I recommend this place for a great night out, food, service and fun was awesome!
07/22/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I love lucky strikes as far as the bowling, promotions, food and drinks are concerned but when it comes to service this place is the worst. I have been there more times than I can count and have only had one evening of good service. If it weren't for the mentioned perks I would not be back but this place is just too cool to pass up. What is so hard about hiring good servers?
05/16/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Lucky Strike is my favorite Night Spot in Philly!
It's Hip/Retro decor was very inviting. The lounge was dimly lite and had flashy neon lights down the lanes. The walls were covered in funky artwork, and the jumbo TV screens displayed sports, movies, & art. The food was great. It's an american cuisine w/ a twist. My favorite is the Hot Spiced Burger. It was so tangy and juicy. My date got the Beef Nachos & Chicken Trio which offered a mixtue of favored chicken skewers ranging from ancho to asian.
The service was also great. Our waitress was friendly and gave us many suggestions of appetizers & drinks to try. She wasn't wrong when she told me to get The Split. It was like a orange creamsicle martini.
At the end of the night I couldn't find my cell phone. Even though she was busy with other customers, our waitress helped us find it.
I would recommend this hot bowling alley/lounge to any in Philly looking to have fun in style!