Never heard of Lucky Vanous until now, but I could care less. This place isn't too good. The food quality seemed substandard, and the service was totally lacksidasical. Yes, there is a huge promotional push. My group of friends even wanted to go somewhere else. However, we chose here. We walked in and they were playing ""Let it Be,"" the album. I commented that ""Let it Be"" is not a ""drinking"" album. It seemed to somewhat sour the mood, although I do like those songs. However, I don't generally get off drinking to ""Across the Universe."" Whatever. The waitress came over a half hour after we were seated. That was not so great. We ordered. The food took an hour to get to us, by which time I had lost my appetite. I did take it home, but it wasn't much of an experience there either. The waitress was kind; she did ask me if I wanted the burger ""recooked"" because ""sometimes they have a tendency to overcook the meals."" I declined. Yes, the bill was WAY overpriced. I think the group of 4 spent over $100 for 4 burgers, 2 fries, and 2 drinks a piece. I can go anywhere, get better food and service, and spend less. In an era where gas is $5 a gallon, $20 per burger is a rip off. The very young Indian lady who hands out fliers for this place on the Boulevard is the only bright spot about this; she is very attractive, but don't let that fool you. I would never recommend spending that kind of money for this food. Sure, the beer was fine. But if you're going to go to Lucky Devils, only drink and do not eat. That way, you'll be served in the first 40 minutes of your trip to the restaurant. Pass.
Pros: The approximately 26 year old Indian woman who does the on-street marketing.
Cons: Very few pros, once you've actually visited the place. The beer is ok. I'd rather drink at home, though.