“This not a restaurant. This is a bar that sells food in a novel way.”
This is not the kind of restaurant where you would want to take a date, have a business meal, or go to if you are expecting a traditional dining experience. First off, Good Luck is a very noisy bar that sells expensive food in a novel way. The atmosphere is attractive loft style bar. The service is quite good. The novelty is that everything brought to the table is for sharing. In a perfect world this would be fun. In reality, in a party of four, there is always someone who orders light and consumes heavy portions of food. The sharing menu is a clever gimmick to encourage everyone at the table to order more food than they would at a traditional restaurant. Not all of the food is brought to the table at once. This causes everyone at the table to quickly gobble down what is brought and to order more. Additionally, because Good Luck is primarily a bar, there is an emphasis on consuming alcoholic beverages. Although there were some old people in the dining room (us) the restaurant is clearly oriented toward the under forty crowd who can still discriminate individual voices from a loud cacophony of other voices. Walking out of the restaurant was such a pleasure. We could once again hear each other. We had coffee at an outdoor coffee cafe afterward, so that we could have the conversation that was impossible at Good Luck.
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