I was meeting up with two of my old co-workers for lunch at Lucky’s a few weeks ago and got to the Fort Point area a little early. I decided to take a walk along the Boston Harborwalk to kill some time before lunch. I wouldn’t mind if my next full time job was in this area of Boston again. I love taking walks here on my lunch break.
After my walk, I headed over to Lucky’s Lounge to meetup with my friends for lunch. The first time I went to Lucky’s (probably September 2007) there was no sign outside the restaurant. Nowadays, they put a little sign outside the restaurant. I’m wondering if they do this because there’s so many new restaurants in the area now?
Inside the right side of Lucky’s. There’s a left side of the bar/restaurant too.
I ordered the cheeseburger with half fries half salad on the side. I definitely recommend getting that, their chili or nachos.I’m not sure if I would recommend going here for lunch or dinner if you have children with you. I can’t remember a time I saw any kids here which is odd for a place so close to Boston’s Children Museum. I’m not sure if their brunch is different. Lucky’s is definitely a staple bar/restaurant to check out if you’re in the Fort Point area and want to avoid the $$ restaurants or lines at Flour. It’s also a great after work drink spot. Nothing is better than ordering some beers and sliders. You might want to avoid going here on a really nice day because there are barely any windows (think prohibition themed). I still end up here on nice days because their bar food is way better than places on the waterfront like Atlantic Beer Garden and Whiskey Priest.
Okay, I’m off to yoga. Namaste.