Phillymag: Lucky's Last Chance Enters the Brunch-o-sphere
The crew from Lucky's Last Chance has been on a bit of a tear recently. They took home a first place trophy from this year's Burger Brawl, then placed second in the South Street "Dog Days Of Summer" hot dog cook off. But rather than staying comfortably at home in Manayunk, polishing their trophies and drinking craft beer out of the skulls of their vanquished foes, the team has been hard at work trying to figure out how to make brunch.
Yeah, brunch. Because everyone loves brunch, right? And brunch is even better when it's made by a bunch of guys who care (a lot) more about how a thing tastes than how healthy it is for you. Thus, come Sunday, September 29, they're going to be serving their very first brunch service, and they're doing it alongside a Southern Tier Brunch Time tap takeover which will have the bar pouring Compass, 2X Rye, Plum Noir, Pumking and other Southern Tier labels.
Oh, and the menu? Man, you gotta check out the menuâ€¦Phillymag, http://www.phillymag.com/foobooz/2013/09/27/luckys-last-chance-enters-the-brunch-o-sphere/
Phillymag: Mo Bash Raises Money for a good Cause in ManayunkPhillymag, http://www.phillymag.com/foobooz/2013/11/21/mo-bash-raises-money-good-cause-manayunk/
Tonight, upstairs at Lucky's Last Chance in Manayunk is hosting Mo Bash - Moustaches, Art & Beer For A Good Cause. The event is hosted by our own Fidel Gastro along with DJ Q-Ball (Bloodhound Gang) and Ronnie Bullets. The event will include craft beer from Great Lakes Brewing, Weyerbacher, Stone Brewing and Smuttynose.
Thrillist: The 8 best Thanksgiving-inspired eats in PhillyThrillist, https://www.thrillist.com/eat/philadelphia/thanksgiving-inspired-foods-in-philly-thanksgiving-food-alternatives
The spot offers a cheesier take on the usual Thanksgiving-themed items with American cheese melted over a 4oz patty, topped with turkey slices, stuffing, gravy, and cranberry sauce.
Philly Phoodie: Guest Post - Lucky's Last Chance
If there were three things that I could eat for the rest of my life, they would be burgers, mac & cheese, and bacon. Not necessarily in that order. However, if you decided to throw all three of those delicious things on a bun and serve it up with an equally satisfying beer, I would be in heaven. Sweet, juicy, greasy, alcoholic heaven.
Insert Lucky's Last Chance in Manayunk.Philly Phoodie, http://www.phillyphoodie.com/2012/07/guest-post-luckys-last-chance.html