CLOSINGS: Lucky Strike on Miami Beach doesn’t exist anymore, but will eventually open again but in Miami mainland



10 years and let’s call it a wrap. Lucky Strike, you know, the trendy bowling alley on Miami Beach with the club-like feel, is officially shut down as of December 29th. Operators announced over the holiday break. They were even supposed to have a New Year’s Eve bash, but that was cancelled.

The reason? Much like other longtime Lincoln Road businesses, the skyrocketing rent is forcing them out.

“Like everything else on or near Lincoln, our lease was up and [they] significantly increased the rent,” partner Brian Elias told us. “So, Lucky Strike will be moving to a new location likely off the beach. Different areas are being scouted. It is my understanding the Pottery Barn will be moving in.”

But don’t be too sad if you were a Lucky Strike fan. They are said to be looking at a move to the Miami mainland in the near future.


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