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  • La Cue Billiards & Cafe

    73-60 Grand Ave. New York, NY 11378

  • La Cue Billiards & Cafe

    213 Mcguinness Blvd. Brooklyn, NY 11222-2305

  • La Tourette Park Golf Course

    1001 Richmond Hill Road Staten Island, NY 10306

    Named one of the best courses in New York by the NY Tee Times, La Tourette is beautiful, big, and pretty easy. Constructed in 1930 as a WPA project, the year-round green has its own driving range and a 168-year-old Greek revival clubhouse, now officially a national landmark. More >>

  • Lawrence Wien Stadium

    W. 218th St. New York, NY 10034

  • Lazy Catfish

    593 Lorimer St. Brooklyn, NY 11211-2243

  • Leif Ericson Park Tennis Courts

    8th Ave. & 66th St. Brooklyn, NY 11209
    718-259-4016 If you've been looking for some tennis in Bay Ridge, this park offers 9 Hard Courts and lessons. See Parks Dept. Website for additional information. More >>

  • Leisure Time Bowl

    625 8th Ave. New York, NY 10018-1415

  • Lockinn

    949 Grand St. Brooklyn, NY 11211-2742

  • Lost Battalion Hall

    9329 Queens Blvd. Flushing, NY 11374
    718-263-1163 With a major emphasis on weightlifting, Lost Battalion Hall is a place where budding young weightlifters and champions alike can convene. It has no shortage of either weight equipment or experts ready to inform members about how to use it. Its facilities also include an olympic weights platform and a boxing ring, in addition to the computer resource center and basketball courts. It is closed on Sundays. More >>

  • Louis Brown Athletic Center

    83 Rockefeller Road Piscataway, NJ 08854

  • Loumax Billiards

    111-08 Roosevelt Ave. New York, NY 11368

  • Lucky Strike Lanes & Lounge

    Lucky Strike Lanes & Lounge

    650 W. 42nd St. New York, NY 10036
    646-829-0170 This isn't your hometown bowling alley: Lucky Strike is a bowling experience, if there ever was one. The well-decorated space is reminiscent of an upscale club or lounge atmosphere, facilitated by the DJ who spins house and techno on weekends, as well as bottle service. A dress code and the VIP area in the back, dubbed Luxe, complete the high-class vibe. The food is a step above regular bowling alley offerings as well--fresh made guacamole, grilled jerk skewers, short rib mini burgers, and green chili tacos are all featured on the menu. A full bar with happy hour specials make all patrons confident bowlers. --Gabriel Herrera More >>