Women Filmmakers Meetup at the restored Highland Park Bowl
Let's have some fun and talk storytelling over at the glorious new historic Highland Park Bowl which opened up this week. I'm hoping to make this easy to organize.
Wednesday, May 18th beginning at 6:00pm!
Take a look at the gorgous space via Eater.
- Please kindly bring your happiest socks and cash to ensure ease in splitting additional lane time--up to 6 people per lane. ($40/hour M-F 5-8pm / $50/hour 8pm-close. An additional $5.00 for shoe rental.)
Purchasing a ticket above would cover 1 hour of bowl time avg. $7.00/hr (assuming 6 people per lane plus $5.00 shoe rental).
GRAB YOUR TICKET! CLICK HERE TO JOIN US
Feel free to tweet me and let me know you're joining in the fun!
Time Out says:
"The details here are meticulous, from chandeliers made out of repurposed pinsetters to old bowling banners that line the alley's eight lanes. Bowlers can wait out their turn on leather Chesterfield sofas, and order from a menu boasting Neapolitan-style pizzas, craft cocktails and a rotating selection of local beers. There's the Dude Abides, of course—a take on a White Russian made with Tito's Vodka, house-made Civil Coffee liqueur, horchata cream and cinnamon tincture, and is an obvious nod to The Big Lebowski. Behind the lanes, two facing bars provide plenty of space to hang even if you're not here for bowling. Upstairs, you'll find a stairwell display of bowling artifacts—trophies, photos, medals—set up behind glass portholes, and bathrooms that include old bowling lockers. Seriously, guys, they thought of everything.
The price to rent a lane fluctuates between $40 and $60 for an hour, depending on the date and time, but with each lane holding up to six people, it's a solid—and standard—fee. Opening hours are from Mon-Fri 5pm-2am, Sat-Sun 10am-2am. Highland Park Bowl is located at 5621 N Figueroa St in Highland Park."