No longer just a term for what Jose Canseco throws, Lucky Strike is now also an airplane hangar-large, 800-person-fitting bowling alley-cum-bar-cum-restaurant-cum-game-show set in AT&T Park country, with 12 sleekly black-lit lanes, a 2010 Pablo Sandoval-sized eating area, plus two private rooms -- one with its very own lane, and one with its very own arcade, which, based on how much your bros like gaming, should be pretty easy to pack, man.
Edibles include stuff you can 7-10 split (bowling joke!) like bacon 'n crab deviled eggs and pancetta-topped truffle oil mac 'n cheese, plus stuff you can punch out (deep-cut bowling joke!) on your own, including sliders (Crispy Lobster Club w/ pancetta) and tacos (5hr-braised chipotle short rib), which you can side with Belgian fries featuring sauces like honey mustard BBQ, spicy Russian, chimichurri aioli, curry ketchup, and chipotle mayo, also what Tony Allen suggests whenever OJ asks him "What's a good place to go for a burrito?"
Between frames you'll pony up to their 40’ long, 100yr-old wooden bar stocked with 10 mostly local drafts, 10 bottles, two wines on tap, and a slew of signature 'tails a hand-less Woody Harrelson and that nipply chick from Weird Science would totally dig, like the Kingpin (rye bourbon, maraschino, Carpano Antica, brown sugar), The Dude (Big Lebowski’s White Russian made with Straus soft-serve), and Lucky Strike Punch, which is on tap and described as “magic cocktail juice”, much to the dismay of James Worthy.
And because you love private rooms way more than brigadier general ones, check out their super-classy, dining-equipped “Green Room”, which -- because Brian Wilson's one of the co-owners -- comes with its own No. 38 lane. Or, try the Einstein room, which comes w/ its own bar, arcade games (with tickets!!), and a four-person trivia set-up w/ Jeopardy!-style podiums & a giant screen, so no one has to worry about their space getting invaded.