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About Lucky Strike
Opened by Keith McNally in 1989, Lucky Strike is a casual downtown classic. The bistro fare and original cocktails can be enjoyed at lunch, brunch, and dinner in the lively dining room. Lucky Strike also offers a late night supper, as well as a full menu for any meal at the restaurant's French copper bar.
New York, NY 10013
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday-Friday: 12:00pm - 5:00pm
Dinner: Monday-Wednesday: 12:00pm- 1:00am
Thursday: 12:00pm - 2:00am
Friday: 12:00pm - 2:30am
Saturday: 430pm - 2:30am
Sunday: 4:30pm - 1:00am
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 12:00pm - 4:00pm
West Broadway & Wooster
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
DJ's 7 nights a week.
Sunday - Wednesday: 9pm-1am
Thursday: 10pm - 2am
Friday -Saturday: 10:30pm - 2:30am
Subways: A, C, E, 1, 9, & 6 to Canal Street
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Takeout, Weekend Brunch
Lucky Strike Ratings and Reviews
This was such a disappointment. Our food was terrible. The sauce on the eggs looked so fake and disgusting. The turkey burger was so dry and tasteless I can't believe this is a McNally restaurant. The server was. Nice and friendly. Other than that I would never go back.
I hadn't been to the Lucky Strike in over 20 years. My baby cousin recently moved to the city and I wanted to take her to lunch so I immediately remembered this spot and figured she'd like it because I enjoyed it so long ago. The food was deelish, their assortment of beer is great. The atmosphere is casual and not stuffy at all. We had great service, our waitress was very knowledgeable and super sweet. I'm glad I went back even though it took a long time, I was happy with everything like I was over 20 years ago.
The Lucky Strike has an interesting atmosphere. I've been going here for 20 years. It's on my must visit list just about every time we go to NYC. This trip was Saturday brunch. The menu has a variety of unique selections. Everything I've ever eaten there was well prepared and tasty. The service is quick, efficient, and friendly. Great place to eat.
This looks like a quiet bistro, but it sounds like a sports bar on superbowl Sunday. I don't know if it's the acoustics or the clientele, but I couldn't hear myself think. Come if you don't really want to talk to your dinner partner. Service and food were good, if you don't mind yelling to place an order.
Lucky Strike used to be one of our local favorites but hadn't been for a while. We spent much of the time wondering why we hadn't been for so long. Great burgers (English muffin for a bun), great fries and fantastic cocktails make for a casual night out for my wife and I. Also buzzy but not too loud make for a fun "night out" ambience but you can still hear yourself talk. Saturday night crowd was heavy on families, some local who we recognized from the neighborhood, others looked more like tourists at the end of a busy Soho shopping jaunt. It won't be so long before we go back.
Totally charming experience. The restaurant looked so pretty and twinkly and perfect for the night before Christmas Eve. Was surprised by how easy to was to get a table for 5. Great menu. Could come back many times to try new things. The French onion soup was a huge hit with the whole family. Our waiter was friendly and fun and casual. We loved it all.
We had a great time. The food was slow... but the server could not have been nicer and more apologetic. Handled it perfectly. And honestly we were enjoying the scene, the music and the conversation so much that it didn't matter. All good... totally go again.
Poor, overpriced food in a loud and uninteresting setting (despite being advertised as a great place for holiday decorations--there were a couple of difficult to spot garlands). My burger was dry and nigh flavorless. My fiancée's mac n cheese was fine, but nothing special--certainly not worth the price. Definitely would not recommend.
This was the best meal I had in Manhattan in 5 days of being there! I wish I had found it sooner in my trip because it was very close to our hotel (Hilton Garden Inn). As most NYC restaurants, it was very cramped and crowded, but that did not hurt our experience!
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