Double Jump the Concert Line at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas

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Guests Who Dine at Brooklyn Bowl’s Restaurant Can Now “Jump” to the Front of the Concert Line


In bowling, the term “double jump” means the bowler has jumped ahead of where he or she should be in the standard rotation. However, at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas, Double Jump is a boon for guests who want to dine and then receive preferential access to the evening’s concert event.

Now available, the Double Jump program enables guests dining at its award-winning, Blue Ribbon restaurant to proceed immediately to the concert of the night before the general public.

Here is how it works: dine anywhere at Brooklyn Bowl and show the receipt to security to be allowed entry into the concert area ahead of the general public. That guest will “jump the line.” Reservations during concert nights are strongly recommended. Reservations can be made via or by calling (702) 862-2695.

Brooklyn Bowl’s Blue Ribbon restaurant was created by brothers, chefs and restaurateurs, Bruce and Eric Bromberg. Expertly prepared by Executive Chef Dermot Driscoll, Brooklyn Bowl’s menu is a mix of comfort food and new twists on old favorites. Signature dishes include Egg Shooters with pickled peppers and olive oil mayo; Deep Fried Pickles with Blue Ribbon seasoning and chipotle ranch; a collection of French Bread Pizzas including The Theresa with butternut squash, mushrooms and roasted garlic; The Bowl Burger Deluxe with all of the fixin’s and fries; Mac & Cheese with baked crumbs and of course, its world-renowned Fried Chicken served with white bread and honey.

Brooklyn Bowl is open for dining every day starting at 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 12 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas is where locals and tourists go for a nightly eclectic blend of live music, 32 bowling lanes and five bars with an all-house made menu created and executed by brothers’ Bruce and Eric Bromberg’s Blue Ribbon Restaurants. When there is a live show, there can be more than 2,000 concertgoers enjoying live music programming from the general admission area, as well as the multimedia bowlers’ lounges adjacent to the lanes, or the private lounge boxes overlooking it all. Since opening in March 2014, notable performances include Elvis Costello & The Roots, Jane’s Addiction, Phil Lesh & Friends, Primus, O.A.R., Smashing Pumpkins and Jack White. Brooklyn Bowl is also located in Brooklyn and London, making Las Vegas its third location. Rolling Stone calls Brooklyn Bowl “one of the most incredible places on Earth” while USA Today says “Music lovers and food lovers finally have a spot to share the night: Brooklyn Bowl at The LINQ.” For additional information, including the most up-to-date show lineup, visit To be added to the email list for information regarding upcoming shows, email

Bromberg Bros. Blue Ribbon Restaurants was founded in 1992 by brothers Eric and Bruce Bromberg. The Bromberg Brothers received their formal training at Paris’ famed Cordon Bleu and at fine restaurants in France and New York City before opening the original Blue Ribbon in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood in 1992. The Blue Ribbon family of restaurants has since grown to include in Manhattan, Blue Ribbon Sushi, Blue Ribbon Bakery, Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill, Blue Ribbon Market, Blue Ribbon Downing Street Bar Blue Ribbon Sushi Izakaya and Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken; in Brooklyn, Blue Ribbon Brooklyn, and Brooklyn Bowl in New York, London and now Las Vegas; Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill Las Vegas in The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Blue Ribbon Restaurants and Chefs Eric and Bruce are annually recognized for excellence by many leading culinary institutions and publications including Zagat Survey, the James Beard Foundation, the Michelin Guide, Wine Spectator, Gourmet, Time Out New York, New York Magazine and For more information please visit

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Double Jump the Concert Line at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas
Guests Who Dine at Brooklyn Bowl's Restaurant Can Now "Jump" to the Front of the Concert Line

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