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Lucky Star Cafe
Posted by anonymous on 08/02/2014
I missed the last bus out of NYC a couple of nights ago and was stranded overnight. As a woman traveling alone in the middle of the night in a strange city, I wanted a well-lit public space to sit and drink coffee all night, and in the city that never sleeps you think that would be easy to find but no! The men who were working that night were so nice to me that at first it made me nervous, but over the course of five and a half hours (three coffees, a yogurt and a sandwich later) they were nothing but genuinely kind and helpful. I am beyond words when it comes to how impressed I was with the service. Was the coffee or the sandwich to die for? Maybe not. It did the trick, and in the middle of the night I care more about how I'm treated than gourmet eats.
Posted by Daryl H. on 04/16/2009
My family enjoyed the good food and the prices were good i would recomend the breakfast specials and deli sandwiches If you stay at the westin I"ts a great place to grab and go to your room
Posted by Not bad on 06/26/2008
Got a wrap here with cole slaw for lunch. It was perfect fine. It seems that their prices have gone up, but whose haven't lately? Wrap was average, I've had better and worse. Cole slaw was very good. Overall, just seems like an average deli.
Posted by Bill on 08/23/2007
I got a breafast here recently that was a little on the scary side. I got what I thought was a pretty safe order of eggs, bacon, toast and home fries, but when I opened the package it just didn't smell right. The potatoes were a grey/ brownish hue and appeared to be quite old. They were also watery and had a rancid taste (had one bite). This place offers good value, but can be hit or miss...this was definitely a miss...
Posted by Anonymous on 05/24/2007
Who would have thunk pretty decent falafels in an offshoot off of Broadway near Times Square in a very unassuming place. The guys seem pretty humble and they seem to have a LARGE assortment of sandwiches for good prices. I was suprised at how good their falafel was---better than the famous Mamoun's near Greenwich village and a bang for their buck! Try it---you'll be surprised! My boyfriend and I were... from a picky falafel eater.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/09/2005
I stumbled across this place on my lunch break one day and decided it looked promising. I was more than suprised at what I found. Great burgers, good service, and the prices aren't so bad for the area either. They have a variety of different foods, I've also tried the falafel's and they were excellent. People sould give it a try. But you have to look for it or you could miss it.
Posted by lucky star cafe & deli on 03/08/2005
It`s a small store, yet it offers one of the biggest sandwiches in time`s square. Very delcious hot sandwiches. Very generous size beef burgers. They are quick in serving people. When I tried them lately, one of thier biggest hits was thier "home made" falafel sandwiches. Over all very good, cheap food on the go.