NOT A BAD MEAL AT ALL FOR $7.77. i tried the famous $7.77 steak dinner at mr luckys and was pleasantly surprised that it was pretty good! salad sides, potato and a 8oz strip steak, cant beat the price. i wish the room was a lot less noisy, chicken wings where very moist also. good cheep eats late night place.
AWESOME FOOD!. After a night of partying this is an excellent place to unwind, eat some good food and still enjoy the party atmosphere. I suggest the appetizers, excellent.
Awesome Food. This has got to be one of the better diners in the Las Vegas where the food is delicious, the prices are solid, and the service has been decent. There is a good view of the casino from this area and the funky decor compliments the overall theme of the Hard Rock. Definitely worth heading out to if you happen to be at the Hard Rock.
One of the best steaks I ever had. My dad was a grocery store owner and my uncle was a butcher, so I've known for a long time what I need to look for in a great steak. I think I found nearly all the ingredients in Mr. Lucky's $7.77 special. It's a New York strip, and New York strips aren't always that tender. This, though, could be cut with your fork. It had a wonderful flavor from either a marinade or rub. And it was just about the right size. Oh, and by the way, the shrimp, baked potato and salad were fantastic, too.
User review by brentfm. I lived in Vegas for 3 years... Mr. Luckys is where my friends and I all chose to eat, especially late at night. My mom also enjoys this place, she loves their Iced Tea, and also asks people to bring her a bottle of their balsamic vinegar whenever someone goes to Vegas. I very infrequently had BAD service here, and even after being gone from Vegas nearly a year, and only going back a couple times since then, my favorite waitress STILL remembers my name and what my favorite meal is. I recommend this place to EVERYONE i know that goes to Vegas....
A young, night-owl crowd dines at this all-night hotel coffee shop..
At all hours, Las Vegas' youngest and coolest crowd is holding court at this diner. The hip attitude attracts them, and the classy un-coffee-shop-like food keeps them there. Some of the specials are as good as anything at Mortoni's--the Hard Rock's more formal dining room--and at half the price. Strong menu points are given to the excellent sandwiches, burgers and classic American-diner dishes. Pizzas like the barbecue chicken and the plentiful pastas are also strong.
A bit pricey and bland. Its not a great restaurant, nor even a good one, but the food is alright after a night of clubbing and the crowd is trendy.....but there are way better places than this.....
Wouldn't go out of my way.... The food was just OK for the price, the decor reminiscent of the Rock Schlock that the Hard Rock Cafe is known for and the floor under my chair was sticky. Our appetizers came (after a gentle reminder) about a minute before lunch. We made a special trip to the restaurant and were not impressed.
While the food here isn't all that special, it IS always available.
Mr. Lucky's is located right off the gambling floor of the Hard Rock Hotel's casino, which adds a bit of glamour to the atmosphere which otherwise is a little bland as well.
But our Atkin's Diet requests were graciously accommodated & we ate breakfast here daily.
The hostesses are a bit on the vain/rude side, which is a pity, since most of the servers really rock.
The person who noted that the servers "rely on their good looks for tips" was exaggerating & also, being a bit unkind.
Great for every meal. If you want a quick bite, this is a great coffee shop. I recommend the grilled tuna steak sandwich cooked medium well. It's still pink and loaded with zesty cajun taste.
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