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Restaurants & Bars

Lucky's in Montecito

Donata Guerra | Oct 31, 200208:46 PM    

This was a restaurant we tried while on vacation this week.

Fun atmosphere with old celebrity photos on the walls, an older, relaxed crowd, and excellent service.

I enjoyed their ribs with the restaurant's own barbecue sauce.

The dessert was wonderful -- raspberry terrine with a generous mound of creamy creme anglaise. My husband's Souffle Grand Marnier was excellent as well, and he deemed it a fine end to a good steak dinner.

Prices are notably high, as opposed to Stella Maris where we dined the following night.

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