Episode 13 - Vegas Brooklyn Bowl
Eating and bowling on a massive scale as the fine dining finger food chefs cater for 32 lanes of hungry players and 3,000 rock concert fans, before they can call it a day at 3am!
One of the biggest restaurants in Las Vegas, Brooklyn Bowl, cooks up three thousand plates a night. Bowling alley, music venue and king-sized restaurant rolled into one, it creates award-winning recipes, attracting customers from all across the world.
From oyster egg shooters and potato knishes to their now legendary fried chicken, Brooklyn Bowl’s customers enjoy fine dining cuisine in a party-atmosphere. Their massive 10,000 foot kitchen keeps up with demand by using cutting edge state of the art technology. With the computer system they’ve installed, hundreds of orders an hour are delivered with total precision.
But on a Saturday night, all bets are off as a big name band is playing in their concert venue. Not until the doors open will the Brooklyn Bowl Team know whether the crowd will order above and beyond what they are capable of handling.
Customers surging in, Brooklyn Bowl fries up more than a ton of chicken and thousands of appetizers and desserts every night. It’s fancy American bar food on a massive scale – but will they score a strike on the night or a gutter ball?