Lucky Strike Lanes Opens Next Week at CityScape

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Lucky Strike Lanes is set to open next Friday, August 27, at noon -- though the real party will most likely start as downtowners and returning students wander and stumble in for a few rounds.

The 18,000-square foot bowling lounge features bowling alley norms -- 12 lanes, two bars, and billiard tables -- as well as a few upgrades. Think less dank carpet, cigar stench, and creepy rental shoes and more DJ action, plush seating, VIP party space, and full-restaurant service (get the foodie details in our Lucky Strike rundown on Chow Bella).

Pictures and more location details after the jump ...

Lucky Strike locations are big on their featured art, but no word yet on who they're hanging up in Phoenix. (Note: they do take submissions.)

The Phoenix lanes, at 50 W. Jefferson, will be open from 11 a.m. to midnight, Sunday through Thursday, and from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m., Friday and Saturday. Make sure to follow dress code and bring your ID after 9 p.m., when the place goes 21-and-over. 

And now for the eye candy: 

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