Picture a grown-up, respectable version of Dave & Buster’s in San Francisco’s SOMA district right down the street from AT&T Park where Barry Zito of the Giants live out your current fantasies, sans robotics and guitars. Lucky Strike is part bar, part lively restaurant designed for maximum inter-party socializing, and part bowling alley where the oat sodas take the form of Anchor Steam lagers rather than Millers (relax, they can find a Miller for you if your tastes lean closer to Dave & Buster’s than San Francisco hoity-toity).
Bring your friends, grab some lanes and a few tables and Lucky Strike will be an excellent way to kick off the evening’s activities before a ball game (i.e. baseball) or other debaucherous pursuits.
Party like rap stars and reserve Lucky Strike’s VIP Luxe Lounge, a private, high-end area for your party complete with four bowling lanes, a big screen television, and a full bar that never seems to empty. Invite co-eds from the front of Lucky Strike to your shangri-la in the back to attempt to empty the never-ending bar.
Vibe:: All comers will have fun at Lucky Strike: frat boys, hipters, baseball fans, and the older crowd like bridge & tunnel cougars and the young men who love them. Everyone mingles seamlessly and easily.
Outdoor Seating: No
Parking: Street, Garages nearby
Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
Dress Code: Come as you are, sir. But, no one ever last points for looking slick.