Down the colorful LINQ pedestrian promenade, which is smack bang in the center of the Strip (well, almost), Brooklyn Bowl is an antidote to so much of the Vegas scene. For starters, ticket prices for live shows are not prohibitively overpriced. Better still, the indie bands and big-name acts are quality musical talent, not just some has-been singer who is lip syncing along to a greatest hits revue on stage.
Even if you’re not turning up here for a concert, you still might want to stop buy to bowl a game or two, to catch the view of the High Roller wheel at night from the balcony, or to chow down on elevated comfort food from Blue Ribbon. Some say their fried chicken is more addictive than drugs, but we’ll let you be the judge of that.
Tip: Buy concert tickets in advance, as shows can sell out.