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Hard Rock Hotel hang Mr. Lucky’s updates its all-day menu

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The Signature Burger doubles up on the beef.
Photo: Erik Kabik

Post-club or post-concert, Mr. Lucky’s is a Vegas rite of passage. If you haven’t hit this 24-hour diner for that old-school, off-menu steak and shrimp special after a long, wild night, you just aren’t doing it right.

But this ain’t your daddy’s Mr. Lucky’s. Menu updates have added a whole slew of decadent burgers and sandwiches to the mix—perfect recovery grub. Lucky’s Signature Burger doubles up on the beef with cheddar cheese, crispy bacon, lettuce, tomato, pickles and Thousand Island dressing, while the available-anytime Brunch Burger shakes things up with a sunny side-up egg, gruyere cheese and Sriracha-bacon mayo. The new wild-caught salmon sandwich lightens up but brings heavy flavors, complemented by tomato, red onion, lettuce, fried capers and mustard cream cheese, while the no-nonsense spicy fried chicken brings the bird with bread-and-butter pickles and Frank’s RedHot mayo.

Other tasty options for your party squad include the Disco Fries, Mr. Lucky’s version of poutine with savory brown gravy, melted cheese and bacon; a wood-fired steak and arugula flatbread; and the beloved fire-roasted nachos piled high with cheddar-jack cheese, pico de gallo, sour cream, guac and jalapeños. Add grilled steak, and get ready for a late-night fork fight.

Mr. Lucky’s at Hard Rock Hotel, 702-693-5592; 24/7.

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