Luccy's Opening Night
I got a notice of this event through Facebook, something that I really do not use much. So, Evelyn and I made it over there to find that the place is not very large, but I think that it is in a nice location, at the top end of 1st Street, opposite the Oyster Catcher Restaurant.
They had a table on the pavement, which was full with six people around it. Then, as you walked in, on the left is a sit-down, stand-up bar area with additional space behind it. Then, as you pass through the doors to the left is the bathroom and two small tables. In the corner, they have two Bain Marie food bars.
This area has a fan, but the windows were closed, and the place was very hot. We sat down to eat, and were given a menu, of which we both picked the same item, only to be told that it was off tonight. The next item we picked was also off this night.
So we asked what was on the menu. We ended up with chicken burritos. The wait was very long as there seemed to be too many waiting staff and only one person plating the food.
The advertised free hors d'oeuvres were no where to be found, but we did get a glass of sangria,which was very good. When we did get our food, there was plenty to eat, but it was bland; the side of salsa that came with it just covered a teaspoon.
In an outside area, they have a place where art is displayed for sale.
If this place gets its act together, and by that I mean taking the order and getting it out in a reasonable time, and putting some flavor in the food. And a larger side of salsa would be welcome.
This place could become a hangout for expats.
Based on the responses we heard on that night, not many said they would return. I would give it a second chance.