Editorial Review of
Lucky's Lunch Counter
The old-fashioned, American-style Lucky’s Lunch Counter has opened doors near Petco Park, serving up breakfast classics, serious sandwiches, and hot dogs split and grilled to any frank-fan’s delight. Located inside the illustrious Culy Warehouse space in East Village, Lucky’s Lunch Counter nods to the good ol’ days of Chicago’s humble baseball beginnings and pairs the healthy dose of nostalgia with timeless eats available morning, noon and night. Reminiscent of traditional American diners and delis, the causal and easy-breezy environment gets the good grub in you within a stone’s throw of the field.
Breakfast: Unrestricted to just the morning hours, Lucky’s Lunch Counter serves up breakfast fare from opening to close. That means any time your stomach desires, you can dig in to the Continental Breakfast, Two Eggs Any Style, or a Build Your Own Omelette or Breakfast Burrito fiasco. Beyond the farm-fresh eggs and hash browns, diners can add in flavorful ingredients of onions, jalapenos, peppers, avocado, sour cream, bacon, sausage, corned beef, grilled chicken sausage and more.
Lunch & Dinner: The overstuffed sandwiches built to kill feature a selection of hot or cold options served on a choice of rye, whole wheat, sourdough, white or bagel bread with a dill pickle spear and a choice of homemade coleslaw, potato salad or fresh golden fried kettle chips. For lighter fare, Lucky’s also lets guests build their own salad with a choice of greens, toppings, meats, and dressings. To drink, they boast a Crater Lake Root Beer (Gluten Free) on draft, Ballast Point Yellow Tail Pale Ale, Mission Hefeweizen, Stone IPA and more.