2800 Alt 19, Palm Harbor, FL | Directions 3468328.093849 -82.772126
Mon. - Fri. 11am - 9pm;Sat. - Sun. 8am - 9pm
Lucky Dill Deli – it is not like it used to be the corn beef is real thin now, and the flavor is not that good, sorry used to love it, but not now
A local Deli is moving. – The Saturday night selection was good.
The coffee that was ordered was delicious.
The waitress was about average.
The food was good BUT, I had come for something else. I guess I'll make another trip and get the menu item I crave.A long ride just to eat but,over all it was worth the time and effort
Prejudice! – There was NOTHING lucky for us as people of color at the Lucky Dill. In fact, we never received service. After 15 mins of sitting, watching people coming in and being waited on we decided to leave.
However, to be fair, we asked for the manager, who took another 8 mins to come forward. She apologized and offered to give us her best waiter! By this time, 20 mins of our lives wasted, "a good waiter" was not an option. We asked if they serve BLACK PEOPLE". Don't remember an answer, but didn't want us to think that. We left. Not a good feeling. Maybe they will rethink and realize money is green regardless of who pays with it!!
Amazing! – Lucky Dill is absolutely amazing! They offer the best dishes, very creative, and give the tons of food. I love Lucky Dill and would eat there everyday if I didn't live in NC. I would highly recommend Lucky Dill!
Great Place – I love this place. It has been one of my favourite resturaunts for many years and feel that it is a shame that so many people dislike this place. I have had some so-so service there, but if you look at the amount of people these kids serve you too might be a little miffed. I LOVE the swiss steak and I find the prices to be quite resonable for the amount of food you get. I have NEVER finished a sandwich at this place! The Lucky Dill has been in our community for many years now and I hope that it continues to be so.
A trip back to my childhood – I am not from New York nor am I from Jewish background but I am next best. I was born and raised in Miami Beach by my mom who is from the old country, Bavaria. She was brought over to NY and employed by a Jewish family who owned a hotel. They transplanted to Miami Beach and my mom learned to cook authentic kosher cuisine. My dad, well, let's just call him Ricky Ricardo.....Mom always cooked my family kosher food.....and we loved it. Weekends were spent on Miami Beach, specifically, Wolfie's on 21 st......the famous gathering place of all the jewish population in Miami! New York style deli/restaurant for decades! Now....10 years ago I moved to the Tampa Bay area and I never thought I'd come even close to a place like Wolfie's, yet this past weekend I stumbled into the Lucky Dill to get away from the Ironman event where I recently moved to in Palm Harbor. What a delight! It was Wolfie's all over again!
Parking can be a problem. I was lucky that at 9 am I found the last spot in front....also construction next door in the plaza blocked off lots of otherwise available parking.
I came in for breakfast at 9 am, I ordered my favorite: cheese blintzes! Complimentary banana bread with citrus butter came out almost immediately with a complimentary carafe of OJ. Coffee was excellent. And when the blintzes arrived! I was in heaven. 5 cheese blinzes stuffed with romanoff cheese, strawberry preserves and sour cream AND fresh sliced strawberries. I was sitting right next to the bakery case and while I waited, my mouth watered for the pastries....when the blintzes arrived...THAT problem was solved.
It was very filling and I had to take 1/2 of it home. Now, I went in for breakfast and the reason I went in the first place was because my neighbor, who is from Minnesota saw a sign for Wisconsin Fried Cheese Curds. They were not available for lunch....so we did the breakfast thing. He was disappointed so he just had a Bloody Mary. They have a full liquor bar on Saturday mornings!
I can't wait to go back on the weekend for lunch!
THEY HYPED UP THIS PLACE, THEY DONT HAVE CLUB BREAD, CANT GET A CORN BEFF ON CLUB, KNISHES WERE HORRIBLE, AND HOT DOGS ARE MADE TO ORDER, THIS IS NO WAY A JEWISH DELI LIKE WE SEE UP NORTH, IS ANYONE GOING TO OPEN A REAL JEWISH KOSHER DELI
Great Food , Lousy Service – I came to this restaurant expecting to get a great meal with great service at an excellent price. Well 2 out of 3 ain't bad. The food was exquisite , but I have recieved better service at McDonald's on a busy Saturday night. They will not EVER have to worry about me or any of my friends and family darkening their doorstep again. This was my first and definately my last time at this establishment.
Great – Just came back from Lucky Dill. Our waitress, Mallary gave us excellent attentive and helpful service. She recommended the braised lamb shank and we were not disappointed. I requested a caffeine free/diet drink and she was very helpful in steering me in the right direction with that.
She also advised us that if we ordered a drink with our meal we would receive a free dessert. I am all about the cheesecake and just loved it.
The food was excellent and the service was even better.
We will definitely be back
nothing like NY – the service stinks but the food is ok. when my husband asked for a take out menu they gave him an attitude and they could of been better on the phone when I ordered my food.
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