Like most people, we had no idea Lucky's Cafe existed until we saw it on Food Network's, Diners, Drive-in and Dives. We do not buy into hype created for restaurants on TV shows, but in this case we were completely wrong. We started our day at the Children's Museum in Cleveland, OH. Dominic dug and built at the construction exhibit, shopped at the supermarket exhibit, gave our family a checkup at the doctor exhibit and anchored the weather at the weatherman exhibit.
From there we went to Lucky's Cafe. We had to call and move our reservation to an hour earlier which they easily accommodated. From the exterior is deceiving; it looks very small but once you open the door it is very busy and very inviting. The barista to the left, waiting area in the middle, seating to the right and rear and kitchen to the back. Within minutes of sitting down we noticed the entire FOH staff working together, greeting tables, serving water and drinks, delivering food. For drinks we had Lucky's Latte, French press coffee and orange Dream Cream. For lunch we had Waffles, Lucky's Reuben, Shipwreck, Biscuit's and Sausage Gravy . Everything was freshly prepared and delicious. Quite possibly some of the most delicious food I have ever had. What Lucky's does with food when expertly prepared is amazing. Thank you Lucky's!