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Lucky's Lounge - Waterfront

Keith15 Jun 5, 2009 10:19 AM

I just have to report something. I am new to Boston and am fumbling around in the dark about where to eat and drink. My wife and I went into the city last week and I went to a place called Lucky's Lounge (on Congress in the Waterfront). There is no sign or really a visible door. It reminded me of the speak easies in Los Angeles (and Chicago for that matter), where I'm from, so I had to try the place. Great vibe inside with a stellar bar (2 sides) and live music.
Here's the kicker though. I tried the food...it was awesome! I looked at the menu and it all looked great. I had bacon wrapped meatloaf with mash. Everything was a homerun. Definitely not pub grub here; well beyond. They do a brunch and have Sinatra night on Sunday. I'll have to try this out!!

  1. Beach Chick Jun 5, 2009 01:23 PM

    Love Lucky's Lounge..food and drink were outstanding!
    The need to clone this place and bring it to San Diego..

    1. litchick Jun 5, 2009 11:01 AM

      We hit Lucky's when we're down in the area to go to Drink. Have a cocktail at Drink, walk across the street for a duck burger, then back to Drink for an aperitif. Perfect!

      Lucky's Lounge
      355 Congress Street, Boston, MA 02210

      348 Congress St, Boston, MA 02210

      2 Replies
      1. re: litchick
        fmcoxe6188 Jun 5, 2009 11:49 AM

        Litchick-thats my favorite evening on Fort Point!! Drink and Luckys-great combination!

        Keith- Their Sinatra Sundays (brunch and evening) are really fun-they have some great musicians. Actually they have some great bands come in during the week as well which are fun to check out.

        1. re: fmcoxe6188
          Keith15 Jun 5, 2009 01:10 PM

          Thanks fmcoxe6188. I did see a great band mid-week, I think it was Alex MacDougal. Very soulful group that I would definitely go back and see!

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        hoolese Jun 5, 2009 10:50 AM

        The fish tacos there are actually pretty good too. In that area I'd recommend Flour (sandwhichs and baked goods) and the Channel Cafe (lunch and dinner) too. They don't have the speakeasy feel but Channel Cafe is a really cool space, and old warehouse below street grade that has galleries.

        Flour Bakery + Cafe
        12 Farnsworth St, Boston, MA

        Channel Cafe
        300 Summer St Ste Bsmt, Boston, MA 02210

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