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About Lucky's Lounge
Descending the stairs into Lucky's is like stepping through a portal into a swinging hipster lounge straight out of the '50s. Dim red lighting washes a rowdy vinyl-upholstered dining room, which is separate from the long narrow bar. Sardine-like conditions are the norm during peak hours, when an energetic crowd (Fort Point Channel artsy types and Financial District worker bees) rolls in for the neighborhood's liveliest scene. - Citysearch
Boston, MA 02210
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 2:00am, Saturday: 10:00am - 2:00am, Sunday: 10:00am - 2:00am
corner of Congress and A Street
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Thursdays & Friday Nights: Boston's Best Cover Bands perform in our lounge 10pm. Saturdays: Sinatra Show featuring Adam Herbert 7-10pm in the dining room and DJ Johnny Dow 10pm - close in the lounge Sundays: Sinatra Sundays with live Sinatra Tributes featuring Ron Poster 11am - 2pm and Adam Herbert 8pm - 12 midnight.
Event Menu available for large groups and off site catering.
Self pay parking lots within walking distance on Congress Street
South Station, Broadway
Private Party Facilities:
Lucky's is the perfect location for after work gatherings, birthday parties, holiday events and much more! We'll customize a special occasion for your friends family or co-workers. Please call restaurant for more information.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Lucky's is a great place to host your next office happy hour, birthday night out, game day viewing party or baby shower brunch. Private and non-private space is available.
Lucky's Lounge Ratings and Reviews
We've been coming here for many years to enjoy brunch and Sinatra however it's been slowly going down hill!
They are short wait staff, the food is mediocre and cold. We ordered salmon eggs bene . It came out with a big pile of disgusting home fries , eggs were cold and served with a thin piece of smoked salmon which didn't taste fresh. We also ordered a plate of fruit with yogurt prior to our entrée . How convenient they ran out of yogurt! This is breakfast/brunch arrived at 10:30am. If you know you're running short on something you don't reorder! Bill without alcohol was $115 ! Breakfast for 4??? I could've cooked at home had superb eggs with French champagne and Sinatra music for far less and much better ambience . Patrick Lyons should know and be aware or maybe he's not told since the profits are derived mainly from dinner late night bar crowd.
I thoroughly enjoyed my first trip to Lucky's Lounge! I had been wanting to go for a while now, and had the perfect excuse. A group of five of my friends and I got together for a Sunday brunch and I thought Lucky's would be perfect. We had made a reservation and thankfully it didn't seem so crazy busy like all of the other popular brunch spots were with lines out the door every Sunday morning. We were greeted my an energetic hostess, seated promptly, and allowed time for other party guests to join us. Our server was prompt with drink orders. The food was fantastic, although it did take a while to come out of the kitchen. Not sure what the hold up was, but our group was more than happy to soak in the music and ambiance of Lucky's while chatting away and sipping on mimosas. Without asking about the long wait, we were given complimentary chocolate chip muffins before our food came out. The Frank Sinatra-esque singer was also excellent (very talented) and it wasn't so loud were you couldn't hear the conversation going on throughout the table. It was the perfect brunch spot for me! Let's hope they can work on the timing of our food coming out next time, but it wouldn't stop me from trying it again!
We visited Lucky's for the first time this weekend to experience the Sinatra Brunch and celebrate a birthday. I made my reservation through Open Table and identified the special occasion & first time dining. Overall the place is cute, it's a hidden gem, and quirky. Where it fell short for me was they put us in the lounge which is where they seat the 2-tops. At first I was ok with this as we had pushed our reservation back and they clearly do a healthy brunch service. Where I was not ok with this as it was a completely separate room from the Sinatra brunch and live band, which was the entire reason we were there. For me, It was ok, but not great. This was coupled by slow service, limited check-in's and then my credit card missing when I was asked to sign the final bill. I think all of this would have been overlooked had we been in the lounge. When we arrived, there were two 2-tops in the main room, when we left, there were four 2-tops in the main room. So this added to my disappointment in our seating selection and overall experience. They also did not project the music into the other room until our last 10 minutes there.
Not what we expected. Crowd was much younger and felt it was more of a bar than restaurant. We had the place recommended by a friend for the lamb burger which my wife loves. The burger was average at best and the prime rib I had was very fatty which made up about 1/4 of the whole piece. I also drink non-alcohol beer such as O'Douls which I check with the place on before going. No problem. When I ordered it they said they were out of it. We also reserved a table thru Open Tanle which was great. When my wife asked to be in the room with music they said I was supposed to have asked for that at the time of the reservation. We won't be back.
There wasn't anything memorable about our breakfast except when it was time to leave. First of all the restaurant was freezing, actually needed gloves on. Next our breakfast took 55 minutes to come out from when we put our order in. Not once did the waitress come over during that time to check on us and never apologized for the delay in getting our food out. Then when breakfast finally came out they forgot my side of frenchtoast. An absolutely horrible dining experience!
We absolutely loved this place. I was looking for something different for my husband's birthday and we definitely found it at Lucky's. The food was delicious...better than delicious, and the atmosphere was relaxed and interesting. We will definitely be returning to Lucky's.
A group of friends made last minute brunch plans and Lucky's was a perfect fit. The food (with the exception of the free coffeecake which was really dry) was all fantastic, with really generous portions. The brunch cocktails were also really great, and between our group, I think we tried most of them! Will definitely be back for Frank Sinatra cover band brunch.
There was a live band upon arriving, but they stopped playing as soon as we got seated, so the noise level was better. The waitress was very attentive and got our food and drinks out in a very timely manner. We were given a bowl of three different kinds of bread to start off with and they were all delicious. An app and two main dishes for dinner and we were stuffed. We didn't finish our plates, but everything was delicious. I would definitely recommend this place.
Food was good. Service was good with the exception of the door guy towards the end of the night. He made me and my friend wait out in the pouring rain as he didn't want us standing under the shelter of the entrance way. Pretty crappy since we had just spent $250+ in that establishment.
Food and service were great as was the Bloody Mary. Only complaint is we were expecting the Sinatra impersonator that the advertising leads you to think is Saturday and Sunday but upon arrival learned was only on Sundays. So please correct the misleading advertising.
Food is always great...and the live music is awesome!
We love Lucky's Sinatra Brunch especially.....
The only downside is even when you make reservations a month ahead of time, you're not guaranteed seats in the main dining room to see/listen to the music....has happened to us the past few times.....
We went to the Frank Sinatra brunch this last Sunday. The reservation was made about 3 hours prior to arrival. We were seated in the bar area, farthest from the entrance. I was a little bit confused as there we several unoccupied tables in the room with live music.... But, we sat there anyway. There were 4 patrons in the "loud section" which featured the Pats game, none appeared to be watching. In fact, we went a step further and asked if they would mind if the television VOLUME was to be turned down. No one had a problem - except management. There was some reason they could not control the volume. Please, Lucky's, consider seating those with an eating reservation for the front dining room first. We anticipated a lovely brunch atmosphere and got a very loud (mostly commercials) atmosphere instead. Such a shame because the gingerbread martinis were wonderful!
Have seen numerous groupons and living social deals and it sounded fun so we checked out brunch on a sunday-live trio with trumpet-standup bass-piano and lounge singing disappointed to hear no sinatra but good improv bordering on jazz.Had mirmosas-cheeseburger-lamb burger (hard to find!).Both fries and sweet potato fries done right but not too hip to the potato rolls.Nice coffee cakes for free also.Excellent beer selection but too early to sample.May return due to proximity to trillium brewing and south station also has garage nearby which unfortunatley they dont validate
First the bad news - Lucky's no longer serves the city's best onion rings. Once I stopped sobbing over that, we had a great lunch - great Rueben and lamb burger, and fries, sweet potato fries and tater tots were also all delicious. Plus you can do 1/2 and 1/2 with any of the sides.
I enjoy times at Lucky's Lounge.
It's fun going with friends.
Love the chicken, burgers, fries, mixed green salad.
Miss that spinach dip!
The service is almost always consistent; nice. :)
The location is great.
We dine here so nobody will know we been gone to much over an hour.
Lucky's Lounge was recommended to me by a musician who had played there before. We were there a few hours for beers and burgers. The band was warming up as we left at about 10:30 on a Friday night. The crowd was upbeat and probably even more so when the band started. The two of us each had a burger and two beers - the tab was $60 including tip.
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