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About Bar Lucca
Family, Food, and Wine have long been some of Bar Lucca's owner, Brian Pieri's great passions in my life, especially the Lucchese food and traditions. This was influenced by his grandfather who migrated from Lucca, Italy (located in northwest Tuscany). Brian had the opportunity to live in Lucca in 2012 and while there he traveled and studied the food and culture throughout Italy. Bar Lucca is his way of sharing this wonderful experience with Conshohocken. Bar Lucca's menu features the delicious cuisine of some of his favorite regions of Italy and throughout the Mediterranean. Bar Lucca focuses on authentic ingredients, handmade doughs, and the Italian way of food.
For parties larger than 8, please call the restaurant.
Conshohocken, PA 19428
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday 11:30am-2:30pm
Sunday (brunch) 11:00am-2:30pm
Monday - Thursday 5:00pm-10:00pm
Friday - Saturday 5:00pm-11:00pm
**Apps/Salads/Pizzas offered all day, everyday!
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Street parking is also available.
Bar Dining, Beer, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Bar Lucca Ratings and Reviews
Dined on small plates (appetizers) and pasta. Everything was excellent. They do a little different take on meatballs that’s fabulous and the Boar ragu pasta is a great version of bolognese. The service was friendly, helpful and fast. Warning, when they say your food will come out when ready, believe it and ask for things in the order you want them if important. It’s loud and lively on a Saturday night.
Heard a lot about this place and was excited to try it. We were seated upstairs and it appeared that there was only 1 waiter serving the entire area. Did take a while to get our drinks and menu choices in. I feel bad for the waiter as he seemed to be running around a lot... short staffed maybe? We were patient as we were not in a rush, but i can see how this could annoy some people. Food was good, nothing outstanding. I guess it was the high expectations - maybe because it was a busy night, just feel like there wasn't as much effort put into the food. Conshy has a lot of nice restaurants and menu changes popping up - I hope Bar Lucca gets onto this and tries to exceed the competition. Overall, it is a place to try and has a very nice ambiance. Drink selections is also great. I will try again down the track to see if things improve. Fingers crossed!
A well managed restaurant . The staff was friendly and made a point of making you feel welcomed. The waitress was great. She knew the entrees and shared a lot of info to help you make the right selection. The food was excellent and showed a lot care in preparation as well as presentation.
A fun evening all around. My compliments to the management -
My family came to Bar Lucca to celebrate a birthday and we will be coming back! It was a bit louder than I expected but we still had a great time and the amazing food was worth sitting in a noisy restaurant - it was a Friday night though so I'm sure some nights might be quieter than others. The food was amazing! Our waiter was Kamerin and he was fantastic!
We were seated promptly. Our server, Elijah, was very attentive. He explained all the menu items we questioned and fully explained all the special additions. I asked his preference on the wines offered by the glass and I went with his recommendation. Good choice. The food was delicious. This was our first visit but it will not be our last.
Ate here for the first time for a late Sunday lunch. Started off with the blood orange mimosa which was plentiful and delicious. I really enjoyed my goat cheese & pear pizza and my dining partner raved about the special bread pudding with fried egg and spiced whipped cream!
We've eaten at Bar Lucca several times and although one time had a mediocre experience this time was spot on. The pizza was very good. The pasta was excellent. The only opportunity is they weren't flexible at all in changing an item on the pizza. We simply wanted a thin crust with nothing but prosciutto and were told they couldn't do it. Strange when making pizza from scratch but what we did order was very good.
The most salient thing about the restaurant was the noise. It was undoubtedly the noisiest restaurant I've ever been in. We were yelling at each other across the table and still couldn't hear much of what the other side said. We won't go back for that reason. The restaurant was packed, which was good, but that made the noise level intolerable. We were exhausted from yelling when we left. Some of our food was very good, and some was not. The scallops and parsnip puree were delicious. The spicy hot squash soup was good (when you didn't get too much of the chili oil) but overall too hot; the heat masked the flavor. The mushroom risotto had an odd, unidentifiable taste and was too chunky for me. The steak was chewy.
Enjoyed this fun neighborhood bistro from the beginning to the end. Staff was friendly and efficient. We were there during happy hour which was perfect for me as I enjoy small plates more than a full meal. My husband had a pasta dish and enjoyed it fully. Will definitely be back
Disappointed with food presentation and overall taste. My husband had pappardelle with wild boar ragu....absolutely no taste to it....so disappointing...even salt could not help this dish...no grana padano was served with it until with asked...Diver Scallops were presented onto top of a big bowl of risotto and without watermelon...radish...All salads were overdressed.
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