As of Sunday, March 22nd, Lucky Strike will be closed including take-out and delivery. Despite our desire to continue to serve our community, it has become increasingly clear that closing the restaurant is in the best interest and well-being of our customers and staff. We will re-open as soon as possible while keeping in mind CDC, WHO and local government recommendations.

Please stay in touch via our website and Instagram.

Take-out and Delivery is available at our sister restaurant, Minetta Tavern.

The employees of Lucky Strike have created a COVID-19 relief fund:

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Bios

Keith McNally

Keith was born in London and moved to New York in 1975, where he worked in a series of restaurant jobs from oyster shucker to busboy to general layabout. In 1980 he opened his first restaurant, The Odeon. Since then he’s opened Café Luxembourg, Nell’s, Pravda, Balthazar, Pastis, Schiller’s, Morandi, Minetta Tavern, Cherche Midi and Augustine, as well as Balthazar in London. He’s written and directed two feature films, End of the Night and Far From Berlin. In 2010 he was mistakenly given the James Beard award for outstanding U.S. Restaurateur.

About

Opened by Keith McNally and Edward Youkilis in 1989, Lucky Strike is a casual downtown bistro serving American Continental and French food. Guests can enjoy lunch, brunch, dinner and late night supper throughout the lively dining room. A full menu is also available at the French copper bar.