Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Lucky Strikes Lanes will open near downtown Fort Worth in May
With a restaurant and 40-foot bar.
Lucky Strikes Lanes announced that it will open its 20th location in Fort Worth next month.
Inspired by the notion of bringing people together in a high energy, fashionable environment, veteran restaurant and entertainment entrepreneurs Steven and Gillian Foster and Kevin Troy created Lucky Strike to be a paradigm-breaking entertainment venue featuring bowling as its primary social draw.
The first Lucky Strike debuted in the heart of Hollywood in May 2003, a befitting tribute to its inspirational roots. Today, there are 19 locations across the country including one location in Toronto, Canada.
In May 2011, Lucky Strike Fort Worth will make its debut on 2845 W 7th Street in Fort Worth.
"We are thrilled to enter the Fort Worth market and offer guests a unique entertainment anchor that appeals to all ages," Texas native and Lucky Strike Lanes General Manager Lea Elsbury said. "We are confident Lucky Strike Lanes will thrive in its new location."
Lucky Strike Fort Worth will feature the new Lucky Strike menu created by celebrated Corporate Executive Chef, Bill Starbuck, formerly Vice President of Catering and Corporate Executive Chef of Along Came Mary Productions. His latest offerings include: Grilled Apple and Brie Quesadilla, Caprese Stack, Grilled Cheese Sliders, Chicken Confit Turnovers, Chicken Pot Pie (Deconstructed) and Butter Lettuce and Candied Lemon Salad.
Whether attending an event, having drinks and hors d'oeuvres, dining with a few friends, lunching with co-workers, or entertaining clients, Lucky Strike Lanes' menu continues to surprise and delight millions of guests.
"Our menu offers innovative and premium quality American cuisine," Elsbury said. "Our goal is to enhance each guest's experience at Lucky Strike Lanes with our food."
Lucky Strike Fort Worth will be unique from all other Lucky Strike locations featuring a 40-foot bar serving ten beers on tap, and an outdoor patio in addition to 10 bowling lanes, billiard tables, big screen TVs, and a private four-lane premium suite.
Lucky Strike Lanes has proven to be a fabulous multi-daypart anchor for entertainment districts and malls across the country. Its appeal to individuals of all ages, races, and belief systems and its dedication to local charities have made it a vibrant cultural destination in each of its host communities.
Lucky Strike will be open seven days a week. For more information, please visit www.bowlluckystrike.com.
Source: Lucky Strike Lanes
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