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About Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas
Brooklyn Bowl has redefined the destination entertainment experience. “One of the most incredible places on earth,” according to Rolling Stone, Brooklyn Bowl integrates a premier performance venue, food by Blue Ribbon, bars, and 32 bowling lanes which give guests a unique place to relax, eat, drink and watch a performance. Brooklyn Bowl is located in the Linq in front of the High Roller Observation Wheel.
The Linq, Suite 22
Las Vegas, NV 89109
American, Barbecue, Comfort Food
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Sunday - Thursday: 5:00pm -1:00am
Dinner: Friday: - Saturday:5:00pm - 1:00am
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 5:00pm - 1:00am
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Bowling, live music, nightlife and gourmet dining fuse together at LINQ’s hottest nighttime destination, Brooklyn Bowl, an offshoot if its popular New York location, which was dubbed as “one of the most incredible places on earth” and the 20th best music club in America by Rolling Stone magazine. The LINQ’s 78,000-square-foot Brooklyn Bowl features 32 bowling lanes and a gigantic music venue, plus the famed Blue Ribbon restaurant featuring popular American rockin’ comfort food. Items include everything from wings, pizza, catfish and barbecue to vegetarian fare.
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Valet parking, and public parking available off of Linq Lane.
The Las Vegas Monorail has a stop in front of the High Roller Observation Wheel, which is located at the end of the Linq.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Dancing, Entertainment, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas Ratings and Reviews
Who would think that Las Vegas could do fried chicken better than the South? I'm from Arkansas and we know good fried chicken but this place does it. Best fried chicken I've ever had. I've eaten here on 3 different occasions and it has yet to disappoint. My favorite place to eat eat in Vegas that isn't a steak house.
Been here before and always a good place to grab a bite. My bff was visiting from San Diego and decided to take her out to dinner. It's great location since it's in the middle of the strip. Parking is still free for locals which is a plus. They have different live bands that plays every weekend some are free and some you have to purchase. All in all it was a good experience
After having seen this venue on TV getting great reviews for it's Fried Chicken, we decided to give it a try. They were right! The chicken is great! Even though I'm not much into white meat because it's usually dry, theirs is moist and full of flavor. They have some great appetizers, we had the Calamari and it was great. They open at 5pm and are open late. They also have a great music venue and a few bowling lanes that you wouldn't even know were there because it's not noisy as you would think. You can also order food from their menu at the bowling lanes. We look forward to returning in the future.
Waitress kept forgetting about our drinks, thinking smiling would be okay for not being there when needed. The place was less than 25% full and service just lacked. I can't imagine what service would be like if it was busy. Chicken bites were very salty, mac and cheese was hard from being over cooked. We had to ask the bus guy to get our check. Because we had 3 people we weren't allowed to sit at a regular table, we were put at the high table with high chairs that made it hard for my son to get up. We will not be going back again.
My wife and I have been in 'Vegas for 20+ years...we have never had such a bad experience attempting to see the Ben Harper concert at the Brooklyn Bowl 05/25/17. After seeing concerts for the last 40+ years in the EU, Australia, US, MX and many other places, we have never had to leave a venue because after 2+hrs, we were still listening to an opening act of music by a musician we were not informed about, waiting for Mr. Harper to appear. We specifically called BB prior to the show and asked mgt. the best way to visit the venue. We arrived at 5:00 PM for dinner; after spending $50 for taxis, $100 at dinner and nearly $200 for 'Club' seats at the BB; it was a complete bust. Seating was completely wasted and view of the stage blocked by the drunk deadbeats that stood in front of the seats. For nearly 2-hours, we were compelled to watch a solo acoustic act by an artist we did not know, nor was his opening act posted on any of the advertising for the show. When we asked to speak to a mgr., we were told by BB Mgr. Hernandez, (who does not speak Spanish, but perhaps he should learn how to), that Mr. Harper might show on stage by 10:00 PM, but that BB had no control of when Mr. Harper shows up on stage...REALLY?!!! WTF?!
Such a disappointment, we were home by 9:40 PM, because, what is the point? Who in their right mind would willingly spend $300+ to see a 2-hour concert by a virtual unknown waiting for Mr. Harper to descend from heaven to perform. I will be asking for a reversal of tkx fee on our cc, for the non-disclosed 2+ hour opening act, and will never return to the 'Brooklyn Bowl'. One of our worst experiences in Las Vegas. Unbelievable and very sad.
I really like the food. This was my second time visiting Brooklyn Bowl and my mom and I loved the fried chicken with the greens and mash potatoes. We have never tasted Collard Greens like that before and the chicken was so crispy and fresh. My sister will be coming here in April from Chicago and we told her about it will be bringing her here to taste what my mom and I have been bragging about.
We love the service, friendly, fun, always smiling young lady who had not been there long, but made great recommendations. We loved the chicken, and it was served family style along with our order of 4 sides. Great value, and enjoyed the music venue after dinner. Very nice spot to have a different experience in Vegas.
Never got in, stopped at the door and refused entry as my son is 17. Must be 21 to enter after a certain time. Never could find out what time that was as the security guard was acting like he had just made the bust of life and couldn't push us out the door fast enough.
The chicken was the best I have ever had. The waitress was a little scatterbrained. We told her that my daughter was vegetarian and one of the reasons we wanted to go there was because they said on the v-mail they had options. Well not as many as we assumed. Ordered the fries (w/o gravy) and then as an after thought she told us it had chicken seasoning in it, and may contain some chicken in that. The pace of the meal was very slow but the flavor of the food was great and made up for her short comings. Another saving grace for her was the waiter who covered for her a lot with drinks and requests. If he ever stops she would be in trouble. Dweezal Zappa was there and they do private events so you may not always get in reservations are highly recommended and worth doing cause the food and portions are excellent.
Although it was Friday night of Labor Day Weekend, I was able to make a reservation a couple of days in advance, and we were seated immediately at a well-located table. John, our server, was personable and efficient. But this is the most important thing I want to share: THE FRIED CHICKEN WAS AMAZING! (And so were the mashed potatoes.) I'm planning on saving up my calories for another feast in the near future. Well worth the extra hour on the treadmill!
They revamped the menu last June, which was disappointing. Fortunately, they kept their fried chicken and the Rock n Roll fries, which is their version of Poutine. Ask for extra gravy if you get those fries. The fried chicken is probably one of the best I've had, but its not cheap. However the best way to dine here is to share with others, and that's what we did. The downside is they offer you puny little appetizer plates, which is hardly large enough to put a few scoops of fries.
Reservations may not be needed, but at least you get your OT points.
I went with a couple of friends at opening time because the reviews were great for their brunch menu. The server was exceptional- it wasn't her fault that the coffee machine was broken or that the food was mediocre. After all, on a Saturday in a bustling place like Las Vegas, you'd expect the basics to function. For the price, they gave us huge portions for the omelets and sandwich plates. We requested fruit bowls and fries. The grapes were sad and on the verge of spoiling- not acceptable- and the shoestring fries portion was massive. A regular brunch meal would fill two adults comfortably. Why the excess? I have no idea. It's NOT the type of place to go to if you don't mind paying a lot for reasonably-sized, tasty and quality food. Go elsewhere, even a popular chain restaurant, for better-tasting food.
Ambiance-wise, I could have done without the depressing, 90s alternative rock music blaring through a 1/4-full bar section...it was 12:30pm in the afternoon. Thank goodness we were not hungover. I'm usually a fan of rock, just not at that time of day or environment.
The food as usual was amazing, however our server laughed in my parents face when they asked for a non-alcoholic beer and was not familiar with the menu at all. Lucky for us there a was a server that was knowledgeable I just had to get up The restaurant portion music was soooo loud we sat in the bar.
We did dinner and bowling for my birthday and it was a great time. We thought the food was overpriced for what it was, but as locals we accept on-Strip prices for what they are. The hubs and I are doing the low carb thing and were thrilled to find several menu items that fit into our plans. The service was prompt and not too intrusive.
We started with the pork rinds appetizer. The spice blend was delicious and the limes really complemented the flavor, but basically it was a pile of spicy pork rinds on a plate with a tablespoon of cheese and maybe two tablespoons of the jalapeño/onion/cilantro mixture. I would have liked to see it served chips/salsa style, with the jalapeño mixture in a small bowl for dipping, or the equivalent amount on the plate.
We split a Greek Salad. I normally order dressing on the side but forgot this time, and was pleasantly surprised to find they hadn't drowned it. The greens were fresh, olives were tasty, etc. Good, standard Greek Salad.
Hubs got the catfish and I got the steak for entrees. Flavors were good and the sides were delicious. My steak was rubbery and difficult to cut, which was disappointing. For
the price (even on The Strip), I wanted just a step up from what I got.
All that said, our service was excellent and we got to enjoy a rare meal out together. And of course, Brooklyn Bowl is more about the music than the food. We've been to several shows and the venue is great. We love the variety of acts, the well-tuned D&B audio system, and the bar right next to the stage.
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