Lucky 32 Southern Kitchen

★★★★☆
We use the highest quality ingredients (including a lot of local food) to create our interpretation of classic Southern dishes.
  • 7307 Tryon Rd

    Cary, NC 27511

    Map & Directions
  • 919-233-1632

About Lucky 32 Southern Kitchen

Hours
Monday 11:15 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 11:15 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Friday & Saturday 11:15 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Saturday Brunch menu available until 3:00 PM. Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Sunday Brunch menu available until 3:00 p.m.
Reservations
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the food at Lucky 32 is exceptional. But what really made our meal enjoyable was the very kind waitress named Stefani that waited on us. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone in the Cary area as you will get fine dining at reasonable prices with the best service in town.

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the food at Lucky 32 is exceptional. But what really made our meal enjoyable was the very kind waitress named Stefani that waited on us. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone in the Cary area as you will get fine dining at reasonable prices with the best service in town.

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We have been going to Luck 32 for a couple of years now and went again this past weekend. It's great for us, because it is right off the highway. Service is always very professional and very good. We think the food though, is its greatest asset and the main reason we keep going back. The names of some of the dishes are kind of ounique at times, but we usually just ask our waiter/ waitress about them. For example: "Voodoo Pig Bread", we were both glad we tried that, as it was recomended by our waiter. Very good unique restaurant!

5
★★★★★

We have been going to Luck 32 for a couple of years now and went again this past weekend. It's great for us, because it is right off the highway. Service is always very professional and very good. We think the food though, is its greatest asset and the main reason we keep going back. The names of some of the dishes are kind of ounique at times, but we usually just ask our waiter/ waitress about them. For example: "Voodoo Pig Bread", we were both glad we tried that, as it was recomended by our waiter. Very good unique restaurant!

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What happened???This used to be a good place. Food was VERY salty. And when we told the manager the chef got so loud! I took my husband for the first time there and he was appalled by the food.

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★★☆☆☆

What happened???This used to be a good place. Food was VERY salty. And when we told the manager the chef got so loud! I took my husband for the first time there and he was appalled by the food.

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The location is good but the food is just okay. And what happened to the North Raleigh location? Weird. I think they need to step up the recipes and the staff could use some better service skills.

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★★★☆☆

The location is good but the food is just okay. And what happened to the North Raleigh location? Weird. I think they need to step up the recipes and the staff could use some better service skills.

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Service and food are both inconsistent. I will not be back due to this. The menu descriptions make the food seem extremely good--and occasionally it is, but not on a regular enough basis.

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Service and food are both inconsistent. I will not be back due to this. The menu descriptions make the food seem extremely good--and occasionally it is, but not on a regular enough basis.

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The first time I went to Lucky's, I loved it. It was a fun menu and great service. The second time I went, I was SORELY disappointed. I got the Shrimp and Grits and it was way, way too salty. My husbands dish was also not spiced right. It seemed the portions got smaller and prices had gone up. It was a big disappointment because I expected so much. Hopefully it was just an off night with the cooking staff, but I probably won't venture there for awhile.

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★★★☆☆

The first time I went to Lucky's, I loved it. It was a fun menu and great service. The second time I went, I was SORELY disappointed. I got the Shrimp and Grits and it was way, way too salty. My husbands dish was also not spiced right. It seemed the portions got smaller and prices had gone up. It was a big disappointment because I expected so much. Hopefully it was just an off night with the cooking staff, but I probably won't venture there for awhile.

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Having relocated from Cary to TN, I really miss Lucky 32! I was the director of Recreation at a large Assisted Living community located nearby, and this was one of our Favorite places to take the residents for lunch. The staff was always very accomodating (especially if given a heads up the day before) and went out of their way to help us with a group of walkers and wheelchairs. THey always made it a non-issue which my residents also appreciated.

The menu does rotate monthly, which is such a great concept. One month might be recipes from "great inns" and the next might be "down on the bayou" with a few menu favorites staying the same month to month. Some of my favorites are the grit cakes and the pasta with veggies and smokey cheese (not sure of the real name). My residents also raved about their sandwiches, and desserts are always great.

The patio dining is nice, and this restaurant is located just across the street from the LaQuinta Inn and about 1/3 mile from the hospital. Very convenient location, but be prepared on the weekends for a wait.

PROS: Staff above and beyond, unique menu, food quality great
CONS: none in Memphis tn!

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★★★★★

Having relocated from Cary to TN, I really miss Lucky 32! I was the director of Recreation at a large Assisted Living community located nearby, and this was one of our Favorite places to take the residents for lunch. The staff was always very accomodating (especially if given a heads up the day before) and went out of their way to help us with a group of walkers and wheelchairs. THey always made it a non-issue which my residents also appreciated.

The menu does rotate monthly, which is such a great concept. One month might be recipes from "great inns" and the next might be "down on the bayou" with a few menu favorites staying the same month to month. Some of my favorites are the grit cakes and the pasta with veggies and smokey cheese (not sure of the real name). My residents also raved about their sandwiches, and desserts are always great.

The patio dining is nice, and this restaurant is located just across the street from the LaQuinta Inn and about 1/3 mile from the hospital. Very convenient location, but be prepared on the weekends for a wait.

PROS: Staff above and beyond, unique menu, food quality great
CONS: none in Memphis tn!

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Lucky 32 changes it's menu every month. They have great themes like "charleston" dishes. Their black bean cakes are fabulous. There is great outdoor seating at this location. We eat here often and have only had one bad dish.

PROS: great menu
CONS: may need to call ahead for reservations

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★★★★☆

Lucky 32 changes it's menu every month. They have great themes like "charleston" dishes. Their black bean cakes are fabulous. There is great outdoor seating at this location. We eat here often and have only had one bad dish.

PROS: great menu
CONS: may need to call ahead for reservations

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