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Whoa, thanks to Dustin for sending: “Talks swirling that Lucky Strike in Gallery Place (701 7th Street, NW) has reportedly closed for good @PoPville (Their twitter account is gone too)”
Ed. Note: Last week we learned that Fado had also permanently closed in Chinatown. And back in January before the virus we learned that Bar Louie had closed after many years in Gallery Place.
page not found screenshot from Lucky Strike DC's website Whoa, thanks to Dustin for sending: "Talks swirling that Lucky Strike in Gallery Place (701 7th Street,
Lucky Strike In D.C. Reported To Be Closed For Good
Those lanes in Gallery Place hold a lot of memories!
Source: Brian C. Fagin / WKYS
The Coronavirus has made it hard for many businesses to stay alive. Unfortunately it has been reported that Lucky Strike in Gallery Place has closed for good!
This statement was posted on the official Lucky Strike website “Due to government mandates and the desire to keep our Employees and Guests safe, we have closed all Lucky Strike’s until further notice. We look forward to reopening our doors soon and welcoming you back! Stay safe. Stay healthy. Stay positive.” This shows hope but D.C. is not listed as one of their locations on the site!
So many events and gatherings have occurred at Lucky Strike, those lanes in Gallery Place hold a lot of memories! Personally, the last two times I was there was for our Radio One D.C. Bowling for Boobies event and The Washington Wizards’ Ballers & Bowling event. Also with my family, we go bowling pretty often so it definitely has me thinking in general, will bowling alleys be able to last in our post coronavirus world? Eventhough bowling isn’t a team sport and can be played individually there is still a lot of sharing. With the same shoes and balls being used over and over, yes they disinfect buuuut…
It will be interesting to see what happens. Relive our fun event to raise money for breast cancer research with special guest Tokyo Toni.
D.C. is not listed as one of their locations on their website. Those lanes in Gallery Place hold a lot of memories…