• Exterior, Lucky's Famous Burgers restaurant building entrance
  • Interior, tables, chairs, decorative lighting

Lucky's Famous Burgers

About us

It's always a lucky day

What happened when three New York City restaurateurs were in need of a great hamburger, cooked to order? They revived a Lower East Side gem called “Lucky’s Famous”. Lucky’s Famous opened its doors to rave reviews in the summer of 2005 and continues to grow on a daily basis, one satisfied customer at a time.

The concept is simple! We start with the very best of everything: Freshly ground, 100% USDA prime beef, with our special seasoning; crisp iceberg lettuce; sliced Spanish onions; plump, juicy, vine ripened tomatoes; and deli cut pickle chips served atop a soft Martin's potato bun. In addition to our juicy burgers, we serve 3 terrific chicken sandwiches and plump Hebrew National hot dogs. Our signature Lucky's Chicken Sandwich is a fan favorite accompanied by crispy bacon, American cheese, iceberg lettuce, a fresh slice of tomato and our Lucky's Famous chipotle sauce. Lucky's Famous does not disappoint when it comes to our steak cut onion rings and our crispy crinkle cut French fries. Adding our homemade spicy chili and melted cheddar cheese to an order of Lucky fries makes for a great combination. Want a healthier alternative? Try our fantastic, mouth-watering, homemade turkey burgers or our 100% all natural vegetarian burgers, praised as "the best tasting vegan burger in NYC." Have a sweet tooth? You won't be disappointed! Lucky's Famous now offers freshly baked chocolate chip cookies and a variety of frosty milkshakes.

Our staff is friendly and outgoing with our customers' ultimate satisfaction as our #1 goal. The atmosphere is fun with a clean, bright and modern take on the 1950's retro burger palace.

Lucky's Famous is a strong growth corporation with plans to expand in the New York metropolitan area, as well as other markets within the United States. One bite of our delicious product will assure you that we are headed in the right direction.