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1027 W. Addison Street, Chicago, IL 60613
(872) 206-6740

Chicago at Wrigleyville

With two video walls in the bar and the exclusive Daytona Championship simulator in the arcade, Lucky Strike Chicago at Wrigleyville is perfect for watching Cubbies’ games or playing games yourself.

Close enough to catch a homer

Lucky Strike at Wrigleyville is 30,000 square feet of ridiculous fun, featuring two video walls, 4k screens, over 100 arcade games (including the the first of its kind Daytona Championship USA Motion SDLX), and late night kitchen slingin’ bites and delicious cocktails. All while enjoying the spectacular views of Wrigley Field.

Scope the Amenities.

Celebrate a Cubbies victory with a friendly game of bowling, pool or ping pong. And check out the sweet arcade and prize room while you’re at it.

Take your pick.


Getting strikes here is celebrated! Gutterballs, strikes, spares...whatever. We’re all about the fun!



Play games with us. Please, push our buttons. No really!



Is it pool? Is it billiards? We answer to both!

Ping Pong

Ping Pong

Everybody says they're good at ping pong. Time to prove it!

Hours of OPeration
  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday Closed
  • Wednesday Closed
  • Thursday Closed
  • Friday Closed
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed
Home Game Day Hours:

Open at 11am on Friday home day baseball games

Age Policy

• 21+ only after 9pm on Friday and Saturday.


Paid, self-parking is conveniently located on Addison and Clark across from beautiful Wrigley Field. There are two entrances one on Clark St. and one on Sheffield Ave.

What’s inside?
  • 8 Lanes
  • High Tech Games
  • Ping Pong
  • Billiard Tables
  • Private Rooms
  • Semi Private Suites
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Multiple High-Def Screens and TVs
  • Full Service Bars with Specialty Cocktails
Something for everyone
What they're saying

Near the ball field and went here for a business party before a Cubs game and had a great time. What's not to like about food, drink and your very own bowling lane to boot. Start the party here and take it on into the stadium when you go see the Cubs. It does get packed so make sure you have advance plans for this one. Hope you get a strike.

Bart J. Wrigleyville
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