Los Angeles does not always have the best track record when it comes to revitalizing its own historical spaces, which makes the return of Highland Park Bowl all the more amazing. The longtime bowling alley on Figueroa actually dates to 1927 during Prohibition, but like many other recreational structures at the time carried a secret history of partying. Over the years, the years the building moved on to became more of a music venue and punk rock hang than anything else, eventually taking on the name Mr. T’s Bowl and abandoning its own history altogether. That’s where the 1933 Group comes in.

Arriving this Friday.

Source: Highland Park Bowl Is a Stunning Masterwork of Preservation – Eater LA