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Lucky Strike

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  • French, American (Traditional), Cocktails
  • 59 Grand St, New York NY10013 40.722078 -74.00354
  • (Btwn W Broadway & Wooster St)
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  • (212) 941-0772
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User Ratings (Based on 10 reviews)

3.695
Food 3.9 Value 3.1
Service 3.4 Atmosphere 4.4

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 941-0772
Fax:
fax
(212) 274-9365
Website:
www.luckystrikeny.com
Hours:
Mon-Wed: 12pm-1am Thu: 12pm-2am Fri-Sat: 12pm-2:30am Sun: 12pm-1am
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Open Late, Trendy, Bar Scene, Delivery, Online Reservations, Take Out, Private Parties
Delivery Area:
Up to Houston St btwn Broadway & Sullivan St Down to Leonard St btwn Lafayette & Varick St

User Reviews

  • Lucky Strike

    Posted by LI Foodie on 06/02/2010

    got lucky with lucky strike

    came here with 2 friends for a bite to eat after work. i discovered this place thru my friend's recommendation. was told we had to wait cuz some people were leaving and they were cleaning up so we had a drink at the bar. within 5 minutes they called us and lead us into a very cozy room. i really liked the vibe going on that night and had a a few beers and shared some food with my friends. really enjoyed myself thanks to Lucky Strike. you be sure to go check it out for yourself

  • Lucky Strike

    Posted by Anonymous on 02/12/2010

    Not good service.

    The bar up front was great. Dinner service however was unattentive & awkward. Apathetic and arrogant waitstaff completely full of tude.

  • Lucky Strike

    Posted by Sctory on 02/05/2010

    Great neighborhood standby

    The food here is consistently great and reliable, with something on the menu for everyone. But I'm not sure the glorified diner atmosphere deserves the high number of stars it seems to get here on MP. Yes, it has hardwood floors and tin ceilings, but it's also somewhat loud, crowded, and can be downright uncomfortable at mealtimes. The bread and butter is remarkably good.

  • Lucky Strike

    Posted by greaaaat on 03/17/2007

    superb

    i dont know how anyone can dislike this precious place. i live nearby and its a constant go-to place that everyone enjoys. the atmosphere is great, although a bit loud, and its small without being too small. the food is delicious-- the pizza is just cripsy enough and the fries..oh the fries! excellent. i highly recommend the tiramisu for desert. i love lucky strike and will support it till the end! eat theree!

  • Lucky Strike

    Posted by Anonymous on 02/23/2007

    Great SoHo restaurant

    Lucky Strike has always been a favorite of mine, and i still love it. Actually I think it's getting even better. The food was really great when I went there last night. There was Seared scallops with asparagus risotto special that was amazing. The cocktails are really tasty and fresh (no sour mix from the gun there). I think the prices were fair too considering how high prices are getting now and most places don't even offer side dishes any more. Definitely going back.

  • Lucky Strike

    Posted by Soho-lovers on 02/19/2007

    Food not up to the setting

    Lucky Strike could be an excellent bohemian french haunt but the food just did not live up to the expectation. It had the typical french dishes but they were simply mediocre. The moule-frite were ok, the pasta was very boring and everything else was not memorable. The restaurant itself is really cool , with an old school feel and mirrors everywhere. It is a really nice spot to hang out with friends but not a great spot for an excellent meal.

  • Lucky Strike

    Posted by Anonymous on 04/05/2006

    Cute Bohemiian Vibe Doesn't Cut It

    Lured by the Attractive Bohemian facade, we were sorely disappointed by the over priced snack food for the bourgeoisie going through an identity crisis. The servers seemed sweet - except for ours, he was neglectful, cold, and judgmental with a splash of superiority. And our food was a ridiculous excuse for the high price we paid - it is never acceptable to charge ten dollars for 2 oz of canned crabmeat. I can say, that it would be much more appealing as a chill spot to share some of there yummy sounding cocktails, but other then that, this SoHo Bistro isn't worth it

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