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Lucile’s is a full service restaurant and bar serving lunch and dinner seven days a week and breakfast on Saturday and Sunday. The menu is centered around "American Food Classics" -- popular American dishes made from classic recipes updated with today’s palate. The daily blackboard features fish specials that change daily. The bar features a wide variety of beer and wine, plus popular "classic cocktails" also made from traditional American recipes. Service is brisk, efficient and friendly. The service along with the comfortable atmosphere create a warm environment without pretense.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Saturday - Sunday: 9:00am - 2:00pm
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30 am -4:00 pm, Saturday - Sunday:11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 4:00 pm - 10:00 pm, Friday - Saturday: 4:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Bryce or Hulen
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Lucile's Ratings and Reviews
A great menu with plenty of options. Feels a bit nicer and upscale without being fancy or too upscale. Servers are interested to take care of you. We were there for brunch and the options were just right. It looks like lunch and dinner is even more worthwhile for a visit. We will be back. Glad we found this place.
We love Lucile's. I had the Salmon Oscar and sautéed vegetables and my date had the fried shrimp platter. The Salmon was cooked perfectly and I really enjoyed the julienned vegetables ( zucchini, yellow squash and carrots). His shrimp was crisp and came with three sauces. One was similar to what you would get with coconut fried shrimp, one was a tarter sauce and the other was ketchup. The food was outstanding! The service was prompt and our water was refilled without asking. Our waitress was all business and could have been a little friendlier but was very efficient.
Managers Adam and Tim were managing a busy night with a full complement of mostly experienced servers. Our table was ready when we checked in and Josh, our server was friendly, efficient, able and attentive without ever being intrusive. Our party of four each ordered something different and they all arrived at the same time, prepared to order. Overall a great night at one of our casual dining favorites!
We've eaten at Lucile's for years. Fabulous chicken salad salad keeps me coming back! (Even though it's not officially on the menu as a salad anymore, the staff is great at accommodating specific requests for the salad instead of a sandwich). Service was great. Loved their fried green tomatoes as an appetizer. Crab dishes are also very good.
What's left to say that hasn't been said already? Lucile's is a Fort Worth institution and well worth your visit. The food, the drinks, the atmosphere... It's all good. If you haven't been here then you're missing out. If this is your first visit then go with what they're known for. Start with one of their specialty Martinis or Margaritas. Then order the Chicken Fried Steak or the Lobster Roll. You won't be disappointed. If you've tried those before and you're ready to move on, order a Makers Mark Manhattan straight up. If it's a Friday or Saturday, order the Prime Rib dinner and then treat yourself to the Cherries Jubilee for dessert, if they are making them that night. Trust me, you won't be disappointed.
We enjoyed our evening at Lucil's the food was great the waiter was wonderful. People all around appeared to be relaxed and comfortable with the food, service and atomosphere.
It apeared family friendly. I can see Lucil's being a good place for most any size family or group for a wonderful meal.
A long-standing popular neighbor standout on the "red brick" road. Went for their house favorite Chicken Fried Steak & Fries (its Texas size big) with the Ceasar Salad and my date had the Tenderloin Tips (tender and moist) and Mash w/ Grilled Veges. To top dinner off we got the Cherries Jubilee (made-to-order) but was dissapointed with the sauce which was sticky caramel and not the lighter texture sauce with essence of brandy and oranges.
Took our grandson and the family there for a graduation dinner. The food is always excellent from the reliable standbys to a little more adventurous fare. I never feel like we were "squeezed" in no matter the size of our party. You can have a conversation and be heard because they aren't blasting music and it has a nice quiet ambience. It's definitely our go to place for special occasions. Thank you to Lucile's for being a part of our special day.
We enjoy dining at Lucille's, however, this visit was very disappointing. We were celebrating Mother's Day with family. Our cheese grits were brought out long before our meal with spoons only and no plates. Not great for sharing with 7 people. Our food came out much later and only lukewarm. Our waitress was not attentive, as we needed refills for coffee and tea. She never welcomed us. Just did not seem interested or enjoyed her job. Very disappointed as we really enjoy dining here.
We made reservations at Lucile's for Mother's Day, having been many times before and had positive experiences. Unfortunately, our server was clearly very unhappy to be there, and we had multiple issues with missing entrees, inability to get drink refills, etc. The food was not nearly as good as usual, but perhaps that's to be expected on a holiday with a big crowd. We would go back, since it's a fun family atmosphere, and the waffles and biscuits were first rate, but it was a disappointing experience this time.
Been to Lucile's before. Just like before, great experience. Service was outstanding. Of course, the food was excellent. Chicken Fried steak had great seasoning, mashed potatoes were great. Had the clam chowder for the first time ever. It was good as well. Was a little loud, but not overwhelming. Overall, great meal. Can't wait to go again.
Our family went there for our weekly dinner. It was great. We loved the food and our server was attentive. Lobster rolls were full of lobster chunks. Filet mignon was cooked perfectly at medium-rare. My brother had a salad ... I can't say how that was, he said it was alright. Overall, we will come here again!
The front of house was the let down. I had a reservation and there were many tables opened. The young man first tried to seat us at a table with a pole where the 4th chair should be. Then next to it, in a very cramped space. When we asked for a different table that was bigger...still with 4 chairs, he told us it was for bigger people, and threw our menus on the table and walked off. It set a very bad tone for the experience.
We gave Lucille's another chance but we're disappointed again. The corn on the cob was mush, the fries were tasteless, the fried chicken was ok but the mashed potatoes and gravy was cold. The first table that sat us at was woobly. The roasted chicken was dry but had good flavor. The mimosas were good which was saving grace for Easter lunch.
The server was very nice and apologetic for any issues we had.
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