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The Linq district to feature 'incredible' Brooklyn Bowl

By Anthony Curtis

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 02, 2014

~~<p>The original Brooklyn Bowl in New York City was called &quot;one of the most incredible places on Earth&quot; by Rolling Stone magazine, and now Las Vegas is set to have one of its own. Aside from the High Roller observation wheel, the Brooklyn Bowl will be the main attraction of The Linq complex at center Strip. Debuting in March, the 2,000-capacity live-music venue, which also has 32 bowling lanes and New York City's famous Blue Ribbon restaurant, has released the initial band lineup, featuring such musical heavy hitters as Elvis Costello, Jane's Addiction, Phil Lesh and Steve Winwood. The concert space is smaller than every other major venue in town except the House of Blues (1,800), so it should provide an incredible atmosphere for concertgoers who want to be close to the action.</p>
<p>Sterling Brunch closes: After four decades on the Strip, Las Vegas' most lavish Sunday brunch has closed. Bally's Sterling Brunch was offered in Bally's Steakhouse, which is being replaced by BLT Steak.</p>
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The original Brooklyn Bowl in New York City was called "one of the most incredible places on Earth" by Rolling Stone magazine, and now Las Vegas is set to have one of its own. Aside from the High Roller observation wheel, the Brooklyn Bowl will be the main attraction of The Linq complex at center Strip. Debuting in March, the 2,000-capacity live-music venue, which also has 32 bowling lanes and New York City's famous Blue Ribbon restaurant, has released the initial band lineup, featuring such musical heavy hitters as Elvis Costello, Jane's Addiction, Phil Lesh and Steve Winwood. The concert space is smaller than every other major venue in town except the House of Blues (1,800), so it should provide an incredible atmosphere for concertgoers who want to be close to the action.

Sterling Brunch closes: After four decades on the Strip, Las Vegas' most lavish Sunday brunch has closed. Bally's Sterling Brunch was offered in Bally's Steakhouse, which is being replaced by BLT Steak. Login for more...



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