Lucky’s Taproom is on track to make a big return, and they are leaving nothing to “luck” or “chance.” Andrew Trick, owner and operator has been working long hours, every day, since closing his restaurant due to a health scare. The staff and Drew have scrubbed and sanitized the facility from top to bottom. They have repainted, re-caulked and re-sealed every nook and cranny. Cooking equipment has been sent out to be serviced, and no pan has been unturned.
This is the comeback that will put Lucky’s back on track after a shut down just before they were gearing up for a big 5th year anniversary celebration. Andrew Trick and Lucky’s have prided themselves over the years on using local farms and companies for everything from meats to bread. There motto and business plan has always been to support local.
Besides scouring the entire restaurant, Lucky’s Taproom and Eatery has again gone local by hiring a Dayton area company, Ram Environmental to aggressively address the health of its diners on a molecular level. Lucky’s is erring on the side of caution by investing in a state of the art system that will keep air and surfaces at Lucky’s, virtually bacteria, mold and virus free. This unique “seek and destroy” technology is completely “Green” and is already being put to use in Lucky’s. For the past week 2 large, “Ram Super Scrubber” machines have been running 24/7 in the restaurant completely “disinfecting” all surfaces and air impurities. There are no harmful chemicals, liquids, or ozone involved, and the system is completely safe to be around. Phase 2 will be the installation of a permanent maintenance system that will be placed in the ice machines, walk in coolers, kitchen ductwork and dining room ductwork. The result aims to provide a virtually bacteria free environment.
Ram Environmental has installed similar systems into Cassano’s Dough Plant and all three Dorothy Lane Market Stores to ensure a bacteria free environment. Local area school cafeterias have also benefited from Ram’s Environmental systems.
Still waiting for Health Department clearance, Lucky’s Taproom hopes to open as soon as Friday night, March 11th, for a limited menu dinner service.
This is great news to area foodies, who have been missing the favorite eatery. Lucky’s, located in the Oregon District at 520 East Fifth Street is known for their burgers, beer selection, fish battered in your choice of beer and a terrific Sunday Brunch.