Mesa Can Expect a Sister Concept to Lucky Lou’s American Grill

Signage posted at Dana Park in Mesa shows Lucky Lou’s American Kitchen is ‘coming soon.’
Mesa Can Expect a Sister Concept from Lucky Lou’s American Grill
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From the creator of Lucky Lou’s American Grill will come a sister concept, reports Mouth By Southwest. A photo obtained by Mouth by Southwest shows signage posted to a building at Dana Park Village Square indicating breakfast, lunch, and dinner will soon be served from Lucky Lou’s American Kitchen in the building that last housed California Pizza.

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We were unable to reach Lucky Lou’s owner Louis Lukens for comment at the time of publication, so how exactly the new concept will differ from the three Vegas-themed grills already in operation in Mesa, Chandler, and Queen Creek currently remains unclear.

That said, Lucky Lou’s has become well known for “sure bets” like Fish Fry, Clam Chowder, and Prime Rib Dinner. The eateries all serve a rich variety of American fare, from sandwiches and soups to burgers and grilled chicken. Did you know you can even find a Sunday football breakfast menu to select from? We’re certainly not complaining about a fourth brick-and-mortar from this team.

Lucky Lou’s American Kitchen will reportedly open in spring 2022 at 1850 S Val Vista Drive. Check out Lucky Lou’s online to see what these family restaurants are all about.

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Eve Payne

Eve Payne

Eve Payne is a freelance writer with an MFA in poetry from Syracuse University. In 2019, she received the Leonard Brown Prize for her poetry, which has appeared or is forthcoming in Colorado Review, The Adroit Journal, Nashville Review, and RHINO.
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Alex
Alex
3 months ago

So what happened to the ChopShop that was going in this building? It’s still listed on ChopShops website

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