Editorial Review of
You won't be able to find another burger joint quite like Lucky Buck's these days. The eatery oozes a 1990s atmosphere of carelessness and naiveté, from the old school radio favorites to the wooden rafters, a laid back high school calm pervades.
Clearly, the appropriate move to make amid the touching nostalgia is to sit down with a burger, a milkshake, and some fries.
The ½ lb burgers are freshly prepared for every order, despite requiring eight minutes of grilling per side. Trademark burgers include the Buckin' Shrooms burger and the Southwestern Buck burger (bacon, guac, pepper jack cheese), and can be substituted with chicken breasts or veggie patties, for our more health conscious friends of the 21st century. But don't end your meal without trying a side of the seasoned waffle-cut fries, a vital part of the 90s experience at the obsolescent price of $2.95 a basket.
It's your lucky day - prepare to devour the freshest gourmet burger combo available in Hillcrest.