Lucky Strike

Restaurants, French Soho
4 Love It
Save it
Lucky Strike
Lucky Strike
Less glittering boîte than rakish hang, this 15-year-old workhorse has a look dating all the way back to the last bistro craze—distressed mirrors, a copper-topped bar and dull wooden floors round out the worn-in decor. Tourists and Soho habitués chill over tasty standards like warm lentil salad, steak frites and croque-monsieur, all haphazardly flopped on plates with nary a garnish in sight. The prices are reasonable and the flavors familiar, which is how the regulars like it. A decent selection of wines by the glass, inventive cocktails and the kitchen’s long hours make this a good stop after a day (or night) of knocking around Soho.


Venue name: Lucky Strike
Address: 59 Grand St
New York
Cross street: between West Broadway and Wooster St
Opening hours: Mon–Wed, Sun noon–1am; Thu noon–2am; Fri, Sat noon–2:30am
Transport: Subway: A, C, E to Canal St
Price: Average main course: $15. AmEx, DC, MC, V
Do you own this business?
To improve this listing email:

You may be interested in:

2 people listening

Lucky Strike is one of those restaurants that is perfect for just about any group of people. Although the menu and decor resemble a traditional bistro, they also offer menu items that cater to those with dietary restrictions such as vegetarian, gluten free, etc. I've dined here with larger groups, smaller groups, only adults, adults + kids, and have never had a problem and the food/atmosphere is always wonderful. While also located in the heart of SoHo, the neighborhood also gets major brownie points as well :)