Lucky Platter

514 Main St
Evanston, IL 60202
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on Citysearch Dec 17, 2008
One day I was just craving a burger and decided to give the lucky platter a try. I ordered a takeout burger and sweet potato fries, and walked to go pick them up. Service was good, and the food was ready promptly and was... (more)

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on Citysearch Oct 15, 2008
great for breakfast! the food is good and the value is great! the prices aren't too bad and the portions are pretty good. the staff are always nice and friendly! (more)


on Citysearch Jun 21, 2008
This is my standard spot for brunch when I have company. The restaurant makes great eggs benedict, and also has other breakfast options that scored high with my guests. The atmosphere is casual and funky, the... (more)

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on Citysearch May 03, 2008
Great breakfast spot (also great for lunch and dinner but I mostly seem to go there for breakfast). Flaky scones, well seasoned sweet potato fries. Big portions of food and eclectic art adorning every square inch of... (more)

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on Citysearch Nov 09, 2007
Lucky Platter is a fun place to go for a casual dinner. They have a very creative take on a classic American diner menu. The mixed drinks are great too. (more)

Ann S.

on Judys Book Jan 04, 2006
A fun little spot, especially for lunch. I personally like my breakfasts a lot more basic, but lots of creative a.m. items here. Most everything is highly and distinctly flavored--often in slightly unexpected ways... (more)

Christine Z.

on Judys Book Aug 18, 2005
This is the perfect Evanston hideaway for breakfast. The restaurant is slightly off, but that's a good thing. The walls are filled with artwork that resembles garage sale rejects; you'll have fun deciding which... (more)

Kristina L.

on Judys Book Jul 25, 2005
Lucky Platter is an ecclectic neighborhood diner with food that's a step above and beyond a traditional diner menu. The decor is fun and frivolous, highlighted by tin-foil balls that cover the ceiling and tables... (more)


on Citysearch Jun 17, 2005
I just went here 2 wks ago, the restaurant decor is average but food is unique but good. I had the raisin french toast and hash browns, the toast was encrusted with cereal, made it crispy and unique, had french toast... (more)


on Citysearch Jun 17, 2004
<b>In Short</b><br>A self-proclaimed "sumptuous love nest," this place is comfy and cozy, with a found-art feel. Odd artwork adorns the walls, tinfoil balls dot the ceiling, and lighting makes everything seem... (more)
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