Lucky Strike, Shake Shack coming to Chicago’s Wrigleyville

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CHICAGO — Wrigley Field is getting two new neighbors:  Lucky Strike Entertainment and Shake Shack.

Both are expected to be open in 2018.

They will be joined by a new CMX movie theater.

“The high profiles of these retailers – Lucky Strike, Shake Shack and CMX – will ensure the stability of this development for the long-term and will give area residents and visitors multiple entertainment options before, during and after the traditionally busy baseball season,” said John Bucksbaum, CEO of Chicago-based developer Bucksbaum Retail Properties.

This will be Lucky Strikes’ second location in Chicago.

Along with bowling, it offers a chef-driven menu, private and semi-private function spaces, and live music.

The Shake Shack in Wrigleyville will be the fourth to open in the city.

The chain is known for burgers, hot dogs and frozen custard shakes.


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