It’s Wednesday, June 19 and 1:10am in Downtown New Orleans.
Lucy’s first opened its doors in 1985 on the corner of 84th and Columbus, (upper west side), New York City, far away from the reef break. Owner Bruce Rampick, a native Southern Californian, joined forces with long-board riders, Kim Rampick, and Bill Durkin, in opening New York’s first “surfer bar” and restaurant.
From Santa Barbara to Baja, this food is the food we were raised on, and grew to know as true Southern California “Surfer” Food.
This is ?La Esparanza, Mom, Grandma, Tijuana St. vendors and the Baja Motel?after a hard day’s night rippin’ up the California Coast. Surfing, drag racing, or just rockin’ and rolling’ this is the fresh and satisfying food we would run to.
In addition to our California favorites, we serve local favorites such as red beans and rice, po-boys, crawfish spring rolls, spicy shrimp, salads and creative brunch items.
New Orleans, LA 70130
Restaurant: Mon-Fri 11-10
Sat & Sun 10-10
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