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Lucky Strike Social gives Cubs fans a new place to play outside Wrigley Field

There’s bowling and more inside Lucky Strike Social.
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The Cubs have so far failed to sign a dazzling free agent to help the team’s World Series chances this season, but there’s plenty of bright lights and fun to be had down the road from Wrigley Field thanks to a new acquisition along Clark Street. Lucky Strike Social is a video game arcade in Wrigleyville that further transforms the neighborhood that last year welcomed the Hotel Zachary across from the Friendly Confines. It brings much of the same type of fun its older siblings in Streeterville, Lucky Strike and FTW arcade.

This 30,000-square-foot space is spread out on two floors. There’s bowling, table tennis, and more than 100 video games. Once the scaffolds disappear, customers will also get unique views of Wrigley Field from the windows.

Food wise, there’s tons of french fry options, burgers, and wings. There’s also pizzas and salads. For drinks, there’s house cocktails, wine, and a standard draft beer list. Folks looking for all-inclusive party packages should look no further. Lucky Strike Social offers options.

Check out the space and food below. Lucky Strike Social opens at 5 p.m. on Friday.

Lucky Strike Social, 1027 W. Addison Street, (872) 206-6740, hours not posted yet.

A romanticized memory of Wrigley before the winning started.
Smiling is what one does in an entertainment complex.
A very interesting version of Frida Kahlo.
Once construction finishes, the windows will offer a different view of Wrigleyville.
Table tennis is among the activities inside.
If customers don’t have a ticket to the game, they can hang out here.
There are plenty of screens and not just for baseball.
Classic video games that have been updated for a new audience.
No tokens here.
Test those basketball shooting skills and more.
Plenty of license pinball games including Star Wars and Deadpool.
It’s more than video games.
Yes, folks, Skee Ball is here.
Ownership is making a big deal out of this Daytona racing game, as Lucky Strike Social is one of the few places where players can test it out.
Up to the third floor.
There’s table tennis and views of Wrigley.
The couches where folks can wait for a bowling lane or avoid playing.
The standard Lucky Strike setup.
“Donny was a good bowler and a good man.”
Chicken wings
Ultimate Burger (smoked pork, sweet & spicy bacon, cheddar & Swiss, avocado, jumbo onion ring)
Garlic parmasean fries

Lucky Strike Social

1027 W. Addison Street, Chicago, IL (872) 206-6740 Visit Website

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